For the first time in Vancouver Canucks history, the team has hired a female assistant general manager. (Photo - vancouver Canucks/Twitter)
For the first time in Vancouver Canucks history, the team has hired a female assistant general manager.
Emilie Castonguay joins the Canucks from the player management agency Momentum Hockey, where she broke another barrier in 2016 when she was named the first female NHLPA certified agent in Canada.
Canucks interim G-M Jim Rutherford says Castonguay will play a lead role in player contracts and negotiations, as well as managing the collective bargaining agreement.
Castonguay has a bachelor's degree in finance, a law degree from the University of Montreal and played four years of NCAA Division 1 hockey while earning her undergraduate degree.
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