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Jr. Bulldogs 2018-19 Head Coach Announcement Geraldine Heaney – 2008 ATOM
Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Geraldine Heaney is returning for a 3rd season with the Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs.

Geraldine provides an environment that focuses on making the players see what they can be rather than what they are. Geraldine consistently displays a high personal standard and generously shares what she has learned from playing and being associated with the game to her players. 




Geraldine Heaney played 18 seasons and over 1,000 games with the Toronto Areos organization, won six Ontario provincial championships and was named Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) most valuable defenseman on three occasions. The Aeros retired her jersey number 91 in 2006. Internationally, Heaney was a member of the Canadian National Team in the first seven Women's World Championships, winning gold each time. She is a two-time Olympian, winning silver at the inaugural tournament in 1998 and gold in 2002. She became the coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors following her retirement as a player.  

Geraldine Heaney is a legend in Canadian Hockey and was inducted into the Ontario Ball Hockey Association Hall of Fame in 2003, the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2003, the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 2008, the Hockey Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013, and the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame 2014

The Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs are pleased to welcome back Geraldine Heaney as the Head Coach for the 2008 Atom AAA Team where we are sure that these young Players will continue to thrive under her positive motivational direction.  

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