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    Coyne Competes with NHL'ers in Speed Contest: .968 Seconds Shy of First Place

    And she proves that she can skate with the best of them...no surprise I'm sure for those of us who have watched her play for years.

    Looks good on her.

    Scroll down to 2nd graphic for the video...

    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl...oyne-1.4993845

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    Re: Coyne Competes with NHL'ers in Speed Contest: .968 Seconds Shy of First Place

    The thing is, she isn't even the fastest skater on the Whitecaps. Allie Thunstrom almost made the Olympic team doing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Eeyore View Post
    The thing is, she isn't even the fastest skater on the Whitecaps. Allie Thunstrom almost made the Olympic team doing this.
    The thing is, the real thing is, Kendall was awesome last night and represented women's hockey and the national team extremely well and had the crowd chanting "USA, USA, USA..." and clearly won the respect of all the NHL players, TV announcers, etc at the Skills Competition. She kind of stole the show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelfit View Post
    The thing is, the real thing is, Kendall was awesome last night and represented women's hockey and the national team extremely well and had the crowd chanting "USA, USA, USA..." and clearly won the respect of all the NHL players, TV announcers, etc at the Skills Competition. She kind of stole the show!
    Yes. Exactly.

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    Re: Coyne Competes with NHL'ers in Speed Contest: .968 Seconds Shy of First Place

    Quote Originally Posted by shelfit View Post
    The thing is, the real thing is, Kendall was awesome last night and represented women's hockey and the national team extremely well and had the crowd chanting "USA, USA, USA..." and clearly won the respect of all the NHL players, TV announcers, etc at the Skills Competition. She kind of stole the show!
    She beat out Clayton Keller who I believe was a first round pick of the Coyotes.

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