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Rheaume, Manon

Born: 1972 AD
Currently alive, at 49 years of age.
Nationality: Canadian
Categories: Hockey Player

1972 – Born on February 24th in Lac Beauport, Québec, Canada. Manon Rheaume was the first woman to play in a Junior A men’s hockey game.

1991 – She played one game for Trois-Rivieres of the QMJHL during the season.

1992-1994 – She was the goaltender for the Women’s Canadian National Team at the Women’s World Championships, winning a gold medal both times.

         – She was signed as free agent by the Tampa Bay Lightning on August 8th and played in an exhibition game (Tampa Bay Lightning vs. St. Louis Blues) on September 23rd.

         – She played in the Roller Hockey International (RHI) league for the New Jersey Rock N’ Rollers.

1995 – After playing 2 games with Las Vegas in the season, she was assigned to the semi-pro team called the Las Vegas Aces. She also played a friendly game with Feldkirch in Austria.

1998 – Member of the Canadian women’s Olympic Hockey Team.