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Laura Schuler Born December 3, 1970 (1970-12-03) (age 39), Scarborough, ON Height Weight 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 141 lb (64 kg; 10 st 1 lb) Position Forward Playing career 1989–present Medal record Competitor for  Canada Women's ice hockey Olympic games Silver 1998 Nagano Tournament IIHF World Women Championships Gold 1990 Tournament Gold 1992 Tournament Gold 1997 Tournament Laura Schuler was a member of the 1998 Canadian women’s Olympic hockey team. Contents 1 Playing career 1.1 Northeastern 1.2 Other 2 Coaching career 3 Career stats 3.1 Northeastern 3.2 Hockey Canada 4 Coaching record 5 Awards and honors 6 References // Playing career Schuler played six sports in high school. She was captain of the volleyball, field hockey, ice hockey, and soccer teams. She earned MVP awards in field hockey, ice hockey and soccer. Schuler won three Canadian national soccer championships with Scarborough United.[1] Schuler started playing with the Toronto Aeros when she was 11 years old in 1981. After three years with the Aeros, she played with the Scarborough Firefighters from 1984 to 1989. In 1994, Schuler joined the Toronto Red Wings. Northeastern In 1989, Schuler entered Northeastern University in Boston to pursue a bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular health and exercise. As a rookie, she was the Huskies scoring leader in goals, assists, and total points. After the 90-91 season, she scored 20 goals and 13 assists. The following season, the Huskies had 20 wins and seven losses. Schuler accumulated 20 goals and 13 assists for 33 points. Once again, she led the team in goals, assists and points.. In 1991-92, Schuler was part of the Huskies third consecutive 20-win season (the Huskies went 20-5-2). Schuler had another season with 20 goals. For the year, she had 29 points. During her final year of 1992-93, she was named team captain. As she was the team leader in scoring with 16 goals and 20 assists, (for 36 points), she suffered a season-ending leg injury. The injury occurred with seven games remaining. For her career, her numbers with the Huskies included 64 goals, (fifth overall), 57 assists (ninth), and 121 points (eighth). Other After her time at Northeasthern, she went to the University of Toronto to study exercise science. While at U of T, she spent several years on the ice hockey squad. She joined the Canadian women’s national team in its first season, 1990. She captured gold medals at World Championships in 1990, 1992, and 1997. Schuler also played in the 1995 and 1996 Pacific Rim Tournament. [2] Her final major international tournament was the 1998 Winter Olympics where she suited up for six matches. [3] Coaching career In 2004, she became the head coach for the program at Northeastern University. From 1998 to 2000, she had coached the Stouffville Midget AA teams in Stouffville, Ontario from 1998 through 2000. In 2007-08, Schuler's Northeastern Huskies team had two members on the Hockey East All-Rookie team: Kristi Kehoe (led the team in scoring), and goaltender Leah Sulyma.[4] In the summer of 2010, Schuler participated in the evaluation camp for the 2010–11 Canadian national women's team.[5] She was a coach for Canada Red (the camp was divided into four teams, Red, White, Yellow, Blue). Schuler assisted head coach Ryan Walter for Team Canada at the 2010 Four Nations Cup.[6] Career stats Northeastern Year Goals Assists Points 1989-90 8 15 23 1990-91 20 13 33 1991-92 20 9 29 1992-93 16 20 36 Hockey Canada Event Goals Assists Points PIM Shots +/- 1998 Winter Olympics 0 0 0 4 5 0 Coaching record Year Wins Losses Ties Postseason 2007-08 Northeastern 7 24 3 2006-07 Northeastern 5 26 2 2005-06 Northeastern 8 24 1 2004-05 Northeastern 3 25 4 2003-04 UMass-Boston 13 12 1 [7] Awards and honors Ontario Athletic Union, All-Conference, 1996 Ontario Athletic Union, All-Conference in both 1997 Eastern College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Award in 2004 Northeastern University’s Sports Hall of Fame (inducted in 2004)[8] References ^ Who's Who in Canadian Sport, Volume 4, p.396, Bob Ferguson, Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd., Markham, ON and Allston, MA, ISBN 1-55041-855-6 ^ Marc Ouellette. "University of Toronto Varsity Blues 1995-96". dgp.toronto.edu. http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/people/vv1/VB9596/blues.html. Retrieved 23 June 2010.  ^ http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/sc/laura-schuler-1.html ^ http://www.gonu.com/whockey/schuler.shtml ^ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/146470/la_id/1.htm ^ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/16980/la_id/1/ss_id/146275/nr_id/146498.htm ^ http://www.uscho.com/stats/coachYxY.php?cid=1033&gender=w ^ http://www.gonu.com/hall/schuler.html Persondata Name Schuler, Laura Alternative names Short description Date of birth 3 December 1970 Place of birth Scarborough, ON Date of death Place of death