Arielle MacDonald is excited to go off to Concordia

Arielle MacDonald is a tough competitor and is hungry to win all the time. (Submitted Photo)

A new adventure awaits in Montreal for Arielle MacDonald By Josh Giles Sports Writer From toddler to professional women’s hockey it has been a childhood dream come true for Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation hockey player Arielle MacDonald. Arielle is heading to Montreal for the coming Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) fall 2020 season after being recruited by the University of Concordia’s Stingers. Head coach Julie Chu announced in March Arielle will be joining the team calling her a “standout with the Rivulettes for the last three seasons.” Arielle MacDonald has had close ties to hockey her entire life. From skating as a toddler, to picking up a stick at four-years-old she has carried a passion for the game that has taken her from Credit First Nation to committing…

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