A pioneer of women’s hockey, Geraldine Heaney was a veteran defenseman for the Canadian National team. By the time that she retired in 2003, she had won an Olympic gold medal, an Olympic silver medal and seven World Championships. She played the most games all-time (125) with Canada’s National Women’s Hockey Team, and leads all defensemen with 27 goals, 66 assists and 93 points. She is also the 5th top scorer of all-time. Working at several youth and prospect camps, Heaney served as head coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors women’s hockey team from 2006 to 2012. Heaney was the third woman ever inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, when she was inducted in 2013.