Concordia Stinger forward Emmy Fecteau was named to the U Sports second all-Canadian team when the sport governing body announced its annual women's hockey honours at a gala Wednesday night in Montreal.
Fecteau was the leading scorer on the Stingers in the regular season with 13 goals and 19 assists for 32 points in 23 games. She ranked second in scoring in the RSEQ and sixth in U Sports. In the playoffs she picked up five assists in five games.
She missed two games in January while in Lake Placid, N.Y. where she represented Canada in the 2023 FISU Winter Games. She was named Canada’s captain. Along with teammate and linemate Rosalie Bégin-Cyr, she returned home with a gold medal. Canada defeated Japan 5-0 in the championship game.
“Emmy is a warrior,” said head coach Julie Chu. “She is the ultimate competitor and is always finding ways to give her best in everything she does.”
Originally from St. Odilion, Que., Fecteau was instrumental in helping Concordia finish in first place in the Quebec conference and win the RSEQ championship on March 5.
In August of 2022, she was one of 142 athletes Hockey Canada invited to participate in an 11-day evaluation camp in Calgary. Players were competing for spots on the U18, development and senior national teams.