Amey Doyle is a former all-star goaltender for McGill who has served as an assistant coach with the team since graduating with a physical education degree in 2002 and has posted a stellar 55-9-1-lifetime record behind the McGill bench when Smith has been away with the national team.
In 2009-10, the native of Smiths Falls, Ont., replaced Peter Smith, who took a one-year leave of absence to serve as an assistant coach with the Canadian women’s Olympic team based in Calgary. Doyle served as interim head coach of the McGill women’s hockey team and posted a 35-7-0 record overall, including 32-1-0 against CIS teams and an unblemished 20-0-0 record in league play.
She played five years with the Martlets, four as a backup to Kim St-Pierre and stayed on as an assistant while she completed her Master’s in sports psychology. Doyle is currently heavily involved in the development of young female hockey players in the greater Montreal area and is Director of the Martlet Hockey School that takes place in August.
Also a physical education teacher at Champlain College in St. Lambert, Que., Doyle holds a Level 3 theory coaching certification and is currently completing her high performance 2 ice hockey technical and tactical certification.
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