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Top 30 NWHL Prospects Countdown: #15-#11

By Sam Prevot, 08/09/17, 12:30PM EDT

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Top 30 Prospects: #15-11

We are counting down the NWHL's Top 30 Prospects in preparation for the 2017 NWHL Draft! We will be listing five prospects until we reach number one!


#15: Eden Murray


Photo courtesy of Yale Athletics

Position: Forward

College: Yale University, ECAC

Stats:
Career: 91 GP, 22G, 44A, 66P
2016-2017: 31 GP, 9G, 18A, 27P

Bio
Hometown: Medicine Hat, Alberta

Before Yale, Eden attended the Shattuck St. Mary's School in Faribault, Minnesota while also playing PeeWee AAA boy's hockey. She was also the first overall pick in the girl's Calgary Bantam AAA draft and was the leading scorer on her PeeWee AAA girls team in Kelowna, B.C. For high school, Eden attended the Edge School for Athletes, where she was captain of her U19 prep school girls team in 12th grade. Eden also does volunteer coaching work, and volunteers with organizations such as Save Old Souls, an animal rescue organization.

#14: Jessica Healey


Photo courtesy of WCHA

Position: Defender

College: University of Minnesota - Duluth, WCHA

Stats:
Career: 106 GP, 6G, 10A, 16P
2016-2017: 35 GP, 2G, 4A, 6P

Bio:
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta

Majoring in Psychology, Jessica was invited to the U-18 Canadian National Development Camp and would later join the roster in the team's series against the U.S. in the summer of 2013. Jessica also captained the Edmonton Thunder of the AMMFL and earned a bronze medal with Team Alberta in the Canadian National Women's U-18 Championships as well as Defenseman of the Tournament honors.  

#13: Lauren Wildfang


Photo by Shelley M. Szwast

Position: Defender

College: Colgate University, ECAC

Stats:
Career: 95 GP, 12G, 37A, 49P
2016-2017: 36 GP, 4G, 18A, 22P

Bio:
Hometown: Waterdown, Ontario
Majoring in Educational Studies, Lauren previously played with the Toronto Jr. Aeros, Team Canada and Team Ontario Red, and she captained all of her teams. She was named Player of the Game and Best Player of the Team for Team Canada at the World Championships.

#12: Kenzie Kent


Photo courtesy of Boston College Athletics

Position: Forward

College: Boston College, Hockey East

Stats:
Career: 119 GP, 31G, 76A, 107P
2016-2017: 39 GP, 9G, 17A, 26P

Bio:
Hometown: Norwell, Massachusetts

Majoring in Communications, Kenzie attended Thayer Academy for two years before transferring to the Noble and Greenough School for her junior year. Kenzie is also a two-time member of the U.S. U-18 team, winning two silver medals in 2013 and 2014 at the IIHF U18 World Championships. She also won three USA Hockey Tier 1 national titles with Assabet Valley (U-16 and U-19), scoring the game winning goal in 2014 against Shattuck St. Mary's. In addition to hockey, Kenzie plays lacrosse at BC.

#11: Hannah Miller


Photo courtesy of ECAC Hockey

Position: Forward

College: St. Lawrence University, ECAC

Stats:
Career: 92 GP, 30G, 54A, 84P
2016-2017: 36 GP, 15G, 33A, 48P

Bio:
Hometown: North Vancouver, British Columbia
Prior to St. Lawrence, Hannah played at the Okanogan Hockey Academy. She also competed with Team Canada in two U18 World Championships, where she earned gold in both tournaments. In the 2016-2017 season, Hannah was named Second-Team All-ECAC and ranked sixth in the nation with 0.92 assists per game and 11th with 1.33 points per game.