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Kendall Coyne


American hockey participant who earned the 2016 Patty Kazmeier Memorial Award. She documented 50 goals and 34 helps in leading the Northeastern Huskies with their initial NCAA competition. She performed for the Chicago Objective U19 group, averaging a lot more than 1.5 points-per-game over three times. She gained her initial silver medal in 2008 on the IIHF U18 Championships in Canada. She completed her Northeastern profession as the school’s leading objective and point-scorer. She gained a sterling silver medal on the 2014 Sochi Olympics. She was raised with three siblings. Her oldest sibling was a Department III hockey and lacrosse participant. She and Meghan Duggan had been teammates at Sochi.

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Full Name Kendall Coyne
Date Of Birth March 25, 1992
Place Of Birth Oak Lawn, IL
Height 1.57 m
Weight 59 kg
Profession Hockey Player
Nationality American
Parents John Coyne, Ahlise Coyne
Siblings Bailey Coyne, Jake Coyne, Kevin Coyne
Star Sign Aries

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