Sabrina Harbec
Position Forward
Shoots Left
5 ft 8 in (0 m)
150 lb (68 kg)
St. Lawrence Skating Saints
Montreal Stars
Born March 20 1985 (1985-03-20) (age 35),
St. Hubert, Quebec
Pro Career 2004 – present

Sabrina Harbec (born March 20, 1985[1]) is a hockey player for the Montreal Stars and is the third winner of the Angela James Bowl. Prior to playing for the Montreal Stars, Harbec competed in NCAA hockey for the St. Lawrence Skating Saints women's ice hockey program. Harbec wears the number 96 with the Montreal Stars as a tribute to Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux.

Playing career[edit | edit source]

St. Lawrence[edit | edit source]

In 2006, Harbec was a top three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. She was the first St. Lawrence player to be a finalist for the award.[2] She is the Saints all-time leading scorer with 217 career points.[3]

In action with the St. Lawrence Skating Saints

Hockey Canada[edit | edit source]

  • Harbec tried out for the 2008 Canadian National team and was part of the Hockey Canada Fall Festival in Autumn 2007.[4]

Stars de Montréal[edit | edit source]

At the 2009 Clarkson Cup, Harbec scored the game winning goal in the second game of the two game series against the Minnesota Whitecaps.[5] In 2009-10, Harbec won the Angela James Bowl after leading the CWHL in scoring with 55 points. She helped the Stars finish first overall in league standings for the third-straight season. Before season's end, she became the fifth CWHL player to break the career 100-point barrier. In the championship game of the 2011 Clarkson Cup, Harbec scored a goal.[6]

Coaching career[edit | edit source]

Harbec was hired as an assistant coach for the Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey program. She was an assistant for the 2010-11 season.[7]

Career stats[edit | edit source]

St. Lawrence[edit | edit source]

Year Games Played Goals Assists Points Power Play Goals Shorthanded Goals
2004-2005 37 16 20 36 3 1
2005-2006 36 25 36 61 9 2
2006-2007 38 26 44 70 4 3
2007-2008 37 18 34 52 6 2


Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • Top three finalist for the 2006 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award.[9]
  • Sabrina Harbec, First Team All-America selection (2006)[10]
  • Sabrina Harbec, All-America honors (2007)
  • Sabrina Harbec, All-America honors (2008)[11]

References[edit | edit source]

Preceded by
Jayna Hefford (2009)
Angela James Bowl
Succeeded by
Caroline Ouellette (2011)
Preceded by
Jennifer Botterill (2001)
IIHF World Women Championships Best Forward
2004, 2005
Succeeded by
Hayley Wickenheiser (2007)

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