Daley Oddy #15 (aka Dill)
Hometown: Cranbrook, BC
Cranbrook Hockey Association
BC: Who has had the most influence on your hockey career, and why?
D: My dad. He has always pushed me to be my best and has always believed in me no matter what.
BC: What is your first memory of playing hockey or skating?
D: My dad teaching me how to skate on the pond every Boxing Day.
BC: Who was your favorite minor hockey coach, and why?
D: Scoring the first goal of the 2011 U18 National tournament in Quebec.
BC: What are your future hockey goals?
D: Randi Rundberg. He was my assistant coach growing up. He was always positive and encouraging and that always made me wanna go to hockey.
BC: What would to mean to you to win the National Women’s U18 Championship?
D: It would mean the world to me! It would mean that our team came together and accomplished our goal that we set back in May.
BC: What one word describes you on the ice? Off the ice?
D: On the ice: gritty. Off the ice: reserved.
BC: Fave female athlete?
D: Christine Sinclair
BC: Fave NHL team?
D: Edmonton Oilers
BC: Fave sport other than hockey?
BC: Fave movie?
BC: Fave TV show?
D: One Tree Hill
BC: Fave food?
BC: What was your first car?
D: Well, I haven’t had one yet, but when I do, it’ll be a truck.
BC: As a fan, what was your favorite international hockey moment?
D: Sidney Crosby scoring the final goal at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
BC: What do you consider your strongest hockey skill? How did you develop it?
D: Skating because I always liked to do it.
BC: What are a couple random facts about you?
D: I love to go hiking. I have a dog named Chance. I figure skated when I was 7.