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Finlandia's Women's Hockey Teams
Northern Collegiate Hockey Association

1st season was in 2004-05.
Finlandia University Women's Team

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Finlandia University Women's Team

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Player list: Sara Sleik, Brenda Peterson, Danielle Syrowik, Ashley Leitch, Adele Horrigan, Bree Cote, Veera Salomaa, Tina Puuri, Chaslyn Duffek, Amy Danielson, Katie O'Brien, Jana Riutta, Gina Aho, Samantha Fisher, Stephanie Emmi, Catherine Fisher, Casey Cole, Elisa Jago, Jessica Wilds.
Goalies: Corinne Czekaj, Katie Markovich, Alexa Watkins.

Season Record:
7-15-3 overall and 1-12-2 NCHA

Finlandia University Team

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Player List: Sara Sleik, Danielle Syrowik, Jana Riutta, Brenda Peterson, Kendra Benson, Ashley Leitch, Bree Cote, Jessica Jones, Emily Conrad, Amy Danielson, Stephanie Emmi, Chaslyn Duffek, Jessica Redfield, Carly Akers, Samantha Bishop, Jessica Blake, Catherine Fisher, Samantha Fisher, Elisa Jago, Jennifer Kelly,
Goalies: Corinne Czekaj, Katie Markovich, Annika Danielson.

Season Record:
4-19-2 overall and 0-14-1 NCHA


Finlandia University Women's Team

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        Player List: Katelyn McLean, Danielle Syrowik, Ashley Leitch, Kendra Benson, Brenda Peterson, Emily Conrad, Amy Danielson, Katie Fredianelli, Adele Horrigan, Jennifer Kelly, Nikki Arens, Chaslyn Duffek, Jessica Jones, Nicole Schumacher, Samantha Fisher,
Goalies: Annika Danielson, Corinne Czekaj.

Season Record:
7-17-2 overall and 2-14-2 NCHA

Finlandia’s McLean NCHA Player of the Week

HANCOCK, MI – Finlandia University forward Katelyn McLean, a freshman from Houghton, was named the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) women’s player of the week for the week of November 12, 2007, after scoring four goals and three assists as the Lions split a pair of games with Hamline University last weekend.

McLean outscored the entire Hamline offense in a 6-2 win on November 10, scoring three goals - two power play goals and a shorthanded goal - and two assists. In a 5-3 loss the following day, McLean tied the game at 1-1, then assisted on the go-ahead goal before Hamline came back with four straight goals.

Finlandia Women's Hockey Team Award Winners
- April 12, 2008

          Most Valuable Player - Danielle Syrowik and Katelyn McLean

          Most Improved Player - Brenda Peterson

          Lion Award - Ashley Leitch

          Academic - Corinne Czekaj


Former Brown University Coach

To Head Finlandia Women’s Hockey

HANCOCK – Finlandia University Athletic Director Chris Salani is pleased to announce that Heather Reinke has accepted the position of assistant athletic director/senior women’s administrator (SWA) and head women’s ice hockey coach beginning in the 2008-09 athletics season.

“Heather is coming from two exceptional NCAA Division I schools, having been assistant women’s ice hockey coach under two exceptional Division I coaches,” says Salani. “I fully anticipate that she will develop Finlandia’s women’s ice hockey program into not only a prominent NCHA contender, but into a prominent NCAA Division III hockey team.”

Heather Reinke comes to Finlandia from Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. At Brown, she was assistant women’s hockey coach under Digit Murphy, the all-time winningest Division I women’s hockey coach in NCAA history, and the third collegiate women’s hockey coach to surpass the 300-win mark.

From 2000 to 2006, Reinke was assistant, then associate coach for the women’s hockey team at Niagara University, Niagara Falls, New York. Reinke worked under head coach Margot Page at Niagara, stepping in as interim head coach while Page helped coach the Canadian national women’s ice hockey team to a gold medal at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turino, Italy.

As assistant athletic director and senior women’s administrator, Reinke will assist in the administration of Finlandia’s athletic program, in particular overseeing NCAA rules compliance, supervising the student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC), and acting as a mentor and advocate of equity and diversity within the athletic department.

Reinke earned a bachelor of arts in psychology at University of New Hampshire, where she played defense on the women’s hockey team, earning All-Eastern College Athletic Conference honors in each of her four years there. She is pursuing a masters degree in sports psychology through Minnesota State University.

For additional information about the Finlandia University women’s ice hockey program, please contact Chris Salani


Finlandia University Women's Team

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Player list: Katie Herron -goal, Kendra Benson, Chaslyn Duffek, Adele Horrigan, Amy Danielson, Emily Conrad, Allison Lee, Nicole Schumacher, Jessica Jones, Katie Fredianelli, Katelyn McLean, Alisha Ellertson, Shannon Miller, Mariah Mumford, Katie Harris, Annika Danielson.
Coach Heather Reinke (first season here)
Asst Coach Katie Markovich


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Tavis Hansen

Canadian ice hockey player

Not to be confused with Travis Hansen.

Tavis Svend Hansen (born June 17, 1975) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player.


Hansen played two seasons (1993–1994 and 1994–1995) of junior hockey for the Tacoma Rockets of the Western Hockey League.

He was drafted in the 3rd round, 58th overall by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft. Hansen made his NHL debut with the Jets after his second and final season in Tacoma. His NHL rights were transferred to Phoenix Coyotes when the franchise relocated in 1996 and he made his first appearance as a 'Yote in the 1996–1997 season. Hansen was, however, quickly returned to Springfield before being called up again in 1998–1999. He scored his first NHL goal, versus Calgary, in February 1999, during what would be a 20-game stint with the Coyotes that season. He also made his first NHL playoff appearance in 1998.

In 1999–2000, Hansen was named captain of the Springfield Falcons and recorded career highs for points (48) and penalty minutes (164) while still managing to lend his skills to the Coyotes for five games. He returned in 2000–01 for seven games in Phoenix, playing 24 for the Falcons, alongside Danny Briere.

Hansen missed a majority of the 2000–2001 and 2001–2002 seasons recovering from a shoulder injury suffered in a game vs. the Hershey Bears (AHL) on February 3, 2001. Ironically, Hershey later signed him as a free agent and he helped the Bears make a run at playoffs to finish off the 2001–2002 season. He was signed as a free agent by San Jose Sharks on September 5, 2002, and played the next two seasons as captain for the Cleveland Barons (the Sharks' AHL affiliate).

During the 2004–2005 NHL lockout, Hansen made his first move overseas to play for Oji in the Asia League Ice Hockey. He played the next two years for HC TWK Innsbruck (Erste Bank Eishockey Liga-Austria), and captained the Tirolean team his second season.

Tavis Hansen retired from professional hockey in April 2007. He resides in Seattle, Washington with his family.

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