BFL Female Coach of the Year

By stressing both fun and fundamentals, Samantha Holmes-Domagala is helping young girls fall in love with hockey, earning her BFL Female Coach of the Year honours.
A world champion as a player, Teresa Hutchinson has focused her passion on coaching, working with the next generation.
Amy de Bree organized a female-focused webinar series that brought together a community of leaders and athletes.
Stéphanie Grenier is guiding her three daughters – and hundreds of other girls – through their minor hockey journeys.
A BFL Female Coach of the Year recipient, Callie Langmead operates with one goal in mind: get more girls on the ice.
A connection to her hometown led Katie-Lynn Cummiskey behind the bench, and to BFL Female Coach of the Year honours.

Congratulations to the 2020 provincial and territorial winners:

Hockey Canada and BFL Canada are recognized the country’s best women’s hockey coaches with the BFL Female Coach of the Year awards. In 2020, 17 deserving women were honoured for their efforts.

Congratulations to Samantha Holmes-Domagala (Community) and Teresa Hutchinson (High Performance), the national winners of the 2020 BFL Female Coach of the Year.

COMMUNITY HIGH PERFORMANCE
Alberta

Samantha Holmes-Domagala

Samantha Holmes-Domagala

Shayna Shwetz

Shayna Shwetz

British Columbia

Natalie Korenic

Natalie Korenic

Amy De Bree

Amy De Bree

Manitoba

Nicole McAlpine

Nicole McAlpine

Ashley Van Aggelen

Ashley van Aggelen

New Brunswick

Shellany Brewer

Shellany Brewer

Geneviève David

Geneviève David

Newfoundland & Labrador

Callie Langmead

Callie Langmead

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Nova Scotia

Josanne Deveau

Josanne Deveau

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Hockey North
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Ontario

Jessie Vella

Jessie Vella

Teresa Hutchinson

Teresa Hutchinson

Prince Edward Island

Katie Cummiskey

Katie Cummiskey

Emma Weatherbie

Emma Weatherbie

Quebec

Stéphanie Grenier

Stéphanie Grenier

Alyssa Cecere

Alyssa Cecere

Saskatchewan

Colleen Sostorics

Colleen Sostorics

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What do the winners receive?

The provincial and territorial winners receive $1,000 each.

Holmes-Domagala and Hutchinson, the national winners, receive a trip to the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Halifax and Truro, N.S., plus $2,500.

Who chose the winners?

The selection committee included a trio of Canadian women’s hockey leaders – Olympic gold medallists Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Gina Kingsbury and Caroline Ouellette. They were joined by Steve Lacoste, vice-president of sports and leisure with BFL, and Teal Gove, manager of hockey development with Hockey Canada.

About BFL Canada

Founded in 1987 by Barry F. Lorenzetti, BFL Canada is one of the largest employee-owned and operated risk management, insurance brokerage and employee benefits consulting services firms in Canada. The firm has a team of over 700 professionals located in 18 offices across the country. BFL is a founding partner of Lockton Global LLP, a partnership of independent insurance brokers who provide risk management, insurance and benefits consulting services in over 130 countries around the world. For more information, visit bflcanada.ca or follow on LinkedInTwitter and Facebook.

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