Monday, October 22, 2012
Emily Costales #9
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Richmond Hockey Association
BC: Who has had the most influence on your hockey career, and why?
E: My parents. They are always supportive and encouraging.
BC: What is your first memory of playing hockey or skating?
E: My first practice. My parents put on all my gear and I cried on bench not wanting to go on.
BC: Who was your favorite minor hockey coach, and why?
E: Jeff Eaton. He always pushes me out of my comfort zone to make me a better player.
BC: What is your most memorable hockey moment?
E: Winning provincials last year.
BC: What are your future hockey goals?
E: To play div 1 university hockey.
BC: What would it mean to you to win the National Women’s U18 Championship?
E: It would give me so many memorable experiences which I will be able to carry on with me for the rest of my life.
BC: What one word describes you on the ice? Off the ice?
E: On the ice: competitive. Off the ice: ambitious.
BC: Fave female athlete?
E: Gabby Douglas
BC: Fave TV show?
BC: Role model?
E: My grandmother
BC: Fave movie?
BC: Fave song?
E: Mercy – Kayne West
BC: Fave food?
BC: As a fan, what was your favorite international hockey moment?
E: Sidney Crosby scoring the winning goal at the 2010 Olympics.
BC: Do you have any superstitions?
E: I put my right skate on before my left.
BC: What do you consider your strongest hockey skill? How did you develop it?
E: My strongest skill is competing at a high level. I developed it throughout my years of having the desire to win and do my best.
BC: What are a couple random facts about you?
E: I was born at home. I like “Dougie-ing.” I like to bake.
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