Hit The Ice season 7 regroups Canada’s most talented young Indigenous female hockey players and invites them to participate in a 2-week training camp that is a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to get recruited by a University team. The group will make lifelong friends, work harder than ever before, and meet professional coaches as well as current and former Olympic players.
Lynden Eddy #59
Province / Territory: British-Columbia
Date of birth: July 5th, 1995
From Duncan, British-Columbia, Lynden Eddy spent the 2012-2013 season with the Nanaimo Buccaneers Junior B team where he finished with a 0.7 point-per-game average, the 4th highest in his team. Eddy is known to be a steamroller on the ice on top of being versatile and smart with the puck, which makes him hard to play against. Eddy was key in helping team BC win Gold for the first time at the 2013 NAHC.