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.