Alexis Woloschuk

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Alexis Woloschuk
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Born April 6, 1994
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Height 5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Position Defenceman (ice hockey)
Shoots Left
PWHPA team
Former teams

Team Sonnet (Toronto)
HV71 Dam, Markham Thunder

Team Scotiabank (Calgary)
Playing career 2016–present

Alexis Woloschuk (born April 6, 1994) is a Canadian Professional Women's Ice hockey Player for the Professional Women's Hockey Players Association (PWHPA). Previously played for the Markham Thunder in the Canadian Women's Hockey League and HV71 Dam in the Swedish Women's Hockey League.

Personal Life

Woloschuk is a graduate of Boston University with her BSc. in Health Sciences who graduated in 2016 after playing her four years as a NCAA Division I|NCAA Division 1 Athlete. Alexis graduated after having her most prominent performance in her senior year at Boston University.[1]

Apart from her stand out senior year performance on the ice as Defenceman for the Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey, she excelled being a student athlete in the Hockey East division of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and Alexis was named to Hockey East's All Academic Team.[2]


In 2016, after Woloschuk's final year at Boston University, she signed her first professional ice hockey contract to play overseas in Sweden in the Swedish Women's Hockey League for HV71. The Head Coach of HV71, Ulf Johansson expressed his excitement on Woloschuk signing stating she would be "a stable strong and secure back for [the team] with a good shot" (translated via google translate).[3]


In 2017, following a successful year abroad, Woloschuk returned to Canada to play professionally in the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL). A free agent in the CWHL, due to playing in the Swedish Women's Hockey League after she was drafted a year prior, the Markham Thunder acquired her, expressing their excitement over hopes her solid defensive skills would be partnered with former HV71 Dam|HV71 teammate Lindsey Grigg on the Markham Thunder's Blue line (hockey).[4]

In her second season with the Markham Thunder, Woloschuk was named a Clarkson Cup Champion after a hard fought battle against the HC Kunlun Red Star at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario on March 25, 2018.[5]


In 2019 Woloschuk made her Professional Women's Hockey Players Association|PWHPA debut while playing in several showcases in the 2019-2020 PWHPA Dream Gap Tour, including the Unifor Showcase and Secret Deodorant Showcase.[6][7] Following a successful season in 2019, Woloschuk was rostered on Team Sonnet (Toronto) and following the Covid-19 Pandemic stoppage, played in the PWHPA's first showcase of the 2020-2021 PWHPA Dream Gap Tour, put on by Calgary Flames|The Calgary Flames in Calgary|Calgary Alberta, with Team Scotiabank (Calgary).[8][9][10][11]

In the media



  1. "Alexis Woloschuk - Women's Ice Hockey". Boston University Athletics. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  2. "Hockey East Association - Press Release Archive". Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  3. "Alexis Woloschuk nästa nyförvärv till HV71 Dam". HV71 (in svenska). Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  4. Annie, Baseball (2017-09-03). "Markham Thunder sign free agent Alexis Woloschuk". Pension Plan Puppets. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  5. "Markham Thunder 2018 Clarkson Cup Champions | HockeyGods". Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  6. "PWHPA Unifor Showcase | Dream Gap Tour | Sep. 21-22, 2019". PWHPA. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  7. Jay, Michelle (2019-11-20). "Secret Women's Hockey Showcase announced as next Dream Gap Tour stop". The Ice Garden. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  8. Jay, Michelle (2020-11-25). "Toronto PWHPA hub to be named Team Sonnet". The Ice Garden. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  9. "PWHPA | Calgary Flames Showcase | May 24-30, 2021". PWHPA. Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  10. "PWHPA 2021: Schedule, standings, roster, how to watch Canadian Secret Dream Gap Tour". Retrieved 2021-09-28.
  11. "Alexis Woloschuk at". Retrieved 2021-09-28.

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