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Heidi Schoenbrunn

1. Any story or significance behind your jersey number?
It’s a family tradition - my older brother had the number 10.

2. What age did you start playing hockey?
5 years old

3. What is your favorite hockey memory?
When my team won the President’s Cup in the 2015-2016 season

4. Most embarrassing hockey moment?
During one of my games, I tripped on my own feet then slid head first into the boards.

5. What is a hockey accomplishment that you are proud of?
My 2018-2019 season. We won the President’s Cup and NIHL championship game.

6. Who is your favorite hockey coach and why?
Steve Fragassi, because even when I hit him with a puck he manages to make a joke about it.

7. What would you like to say to your parents?
I want to thank my parents for driving me to all my games, practices, and tournaments –also for paying for my gear and seasons.

8. What are your plans after high school?
Study English Literature at a college yet to be determined and, hopefully, remain active in hockey at some level.

Parent thoughts:
It is so hard to believe that your youth hockey days are coming to a close. Oh how the years have flown by. It seems like just yesterday you were in your first learn to skate classes. From the beginning, you were determined to play hockey. You have come a long way from that 5 year old spinning in circles waiting for the face off. You have become a focused, confident player who truly loves the sport and enjoys teaching it to others. Keep that passion and drive in whatever you do. We are so excited to see what the future holds for you.
We love you,
Mom and Dad