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Caroline Ouellette’s triumphant return to Concordia

The Olympic champion and former Stinger played a friendly game at Ed Meagher Arena
April 1, 2014

Caroline Ouellette (No. 13) and her winning team of Concordia Stingers and Montreal Stars.

Four-time Olympic gold medalist and former Stinger Caroline Ouellette joined Concordia hockey players, members of her Canadian Women’s Hockey League Montreal Stars team and the university’s athletic director Patrick Boivin for a friendly game at Ed Meagher Arena on Saturday, March 29.

The match-up was a chance for Concordians to celebrate the outstanding career of its most decorated Olympian — Ouellette was Team Canada’s captain at Sochi — and to promote its own women’s hockey program.

On the Loyola Campus, Ouellette led her team to a hard-fought 7-6 victory over Boivin’s men’s squad. She had two assists and four goals, including a game winner on the final buzzer.

Read more about Caroline Ouellette’s incredible career and her plans for the future.

Caroline Ouellette Ouellette moments before the puck drops.

Ouellette prepares for the face-off The four-time Olympic gold medalist scored four goals during the friendly game.

boivin-and-ouellette-620 Ouellette and Athletic Director Patrick Boivin say a few words after the game.

ouellette-sochi-medal-620 The latest addition to Ouellette's medal horde.

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