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Julien re­turns to the ice

Christina Julien, who hails from Wil­liamstown and at­tended CharLan DHS, has re­turned to play­ing hockey, a sport she pur­sued last when she was a teenager in Glen­garry. She now lives in Aus­tralia, where the 28-year-old coaches soc­cer.

As for the ice, Julien says, “Fi­nally chas­ing an­other one of my child­hood dreams. Life is too short to not do what you love, and I can't thank the Mel­bourne Ice enough for the op­por­tu­nity this sea­son.”

Her team skates in the Aus­tralian Women’s Ice Hockey League, and Julien is al­ready one of the lead­ing lights.

Spinks shine in ECHL

Wil­liamstown’s 23- year- old twins, Ty­lor and Tyson Spink, are tear­ing up the ECHL, in their first full sea­son of pro hockey.

Tyson leads the Toledo Wall­eye in points (13), while Ty­lor was

re­cently named Plus Per­former of the Month, with a +8 rat­ing.

The boys are grad­u­ates of CharLan DHS and Col­gate Univer­sity.

New digs for Bar­il­laro

Alexan­dria’s Bran­don Bar­il­laro

was traded re­cently to the CCHL Cum­ber­land Grads.

He has notched two points in nine games, in­clud­ing a goal against his for­mer team­mates in Hawkes­bury.

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