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Kendall Coyne Continues To Work Toward Her Olympic Dream
Kendall Coyne was always the young one. For the inaugural IIHF Women’s Under-18 World Championship in 2008, the then 15-year-old Coyne was the youngest player on the team. A year and a half...
Monday, October 21, 2013 - 10:21
Good Things Come in Small Packages
Standing just 5-foot-1 and weighing little more than 100 pounds, you might think Kendall Coyne has trouble standing out in crowds. Fortunately for the braces-bound 15-year-old from the Chicago...
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Next American Star
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Proof Is In The Play
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The Social Side of Ice
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What hockey skill did you work on most this summer?:
Shooting. Swinging all those golf clubs and baseball bats had to of helped!
Passing and teamwork. Playing with my friends all summer we really got that one down.
Speed. Rollerblading helped out a ton!
I just had fun all summer. That's an important skill in hockey anway though right?
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