Hazel McCallion
Born February 14 1921 (1921-02-14) (age 99),
Port Daniel, Quebec
Pro Career present

Hazel McCallion is well known in Canada for her love of hockey. She played for a professional women's team while attending school in Montreal. McCallion started playing hockey in the late 1920s in the town of Port Daniel, Quebec. She played with her two sisters and was a forward on their team. McCallion later played hockey for $5 a game in the city of Montreal. The team was sponsored by Kik Cola and it was a three team women’s league.[1] At one time, she was a board member of the Ontario Women's Hockey League, and was instrumental in getting the Hershey Centre built for the city of Mississauga. McCallion provided assistance for Don Cherry’s group to bring an Ontario Hockey League franchise to the city in 1998, and she was instrumental in bringing the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships to the city in 2000. McCallion also sits on the OWHA Board of Regents.[2]


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  2. OWHA (2010). 2009 - 2010 OWHA Executive committee contact list. Ontario Women's Hockey Association. Retrieved on April 18, 2010.
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