|High School:||Hill Academy|
|Club:||Canadian U22 National Team|
Named a team captain for the 2015-16 season.
Junior (2014-15): As a junior, Stacey appeared in 26 games, netting nine goals and 17 assists for 26 points … was three-way tied for first on the team in points with Lindsey Allen and Kennedy Ottenbreit and, for the third straight season, led the Big Green in assists … opened the season against New Hampshire (10/24) with a season-high four points off one goal and three assists … in all but six games this season, she scored at least one point … had six multi-point games … scored three power-player markers and had one game-winning goal in the 4-3 victory over Brown on Feb. 6 … All-Ivy Honorable Mention … was one of 22 players selected to Canada’s National Women’s Development Team and competed in a three-game series in Calgary in August.
Sophomore (2013-14): In her second season on campus, Stacey appeared in 27 games for the Big Green ... led the team in assists for the second straight season ... potted four goals to go along with 12 helpers ... had four multi-point contests, all of which came in conference play ... had two assists in three games ... scored the team's lone short-handed goal of the season in a 3-1 win at Rensselaer ... scored a power-play goal in a 4-2 victory at Colgate.
Freshman (2012-13): Stacey made a splash in her first season with the Big Green, appearing in 28 games ... tallied 22 points on eight goals and a team-best 14 assists ... 16 of her points came in conference action ... she was named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team as a forward ... had five multi-point games ... ended the season scoring goals in three of the last six contests ... early in the season she traveled to Fussin, Germany, to compete with the Canadian National Women's Under 22/Development Team in the 2013 Meco Cup .... scored a goal in the championship game against Russia, as she helped lead her country to Gold at the Meco Cup … one of three finalists for ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year honors ... scored her first collegiate goal against UNH in non-conference action on Nov. 6 ... named team's Rookie of the Year.
Before Dartmouth: Played junior hockey for the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the PWHL, alongside Dartmouth teammates Ailish Forfar and Lindsey Allen ... went to the PWHL Final Four twice, coming away with one silver and one gold medal ... made the PWHL All-Star team in 2010 ... also represented Canada on the international level on multiple occasions ... Part of the National U18 Challenge in 2009, winning a silver medal as a member of the Ontario Blue ... Won another silver with the Canadian U18 National Team at the 2011 IIHF World Championship ... Claimed Gold at the U18 World Championship the following year ... earned silver at the 2011 Canada Winter games ... chosen to represent Canada on the U22 Women's National Team/Development Team during the summer of 2012 ... also picked for the Hockey Canada Women's National Team September Camp and Fall Festival in 2012.
Personal: Laura Rachel Stacey is the daughter of John and Karen Stacey ... born May 5, 1994 ... has one sister ... great-grandfather, Francis King Clancy, played for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL ... father, John, played collegiate volleyball ... uncle, Steve Kavanagh, played college hockey at Guelph ... sister, Holly Stacey, is currently getting her master's in physiology at Toronto ... interested in economics and business ... enjoys sports and spending time with friends and family.
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