Hayley Scamurra

Hayley Scamurra
At three years old, Hayley Scamurra fell in love with the game on her family’s backyard rink in Williamsville, New York. Playing with her three brothers and father, Peter Scamurra, who played for the Washington Capitals in the NHL, forged the beginnings of her hockey career.

Hayley Scamurra played hockey across the border for the Burlington Barracudas and Oakville Hornets in Ontario’s Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) before being recruited to Northeastern University and starting her NCAA DI career with the Huskies in 2013.

Four years later, Scamurra graduated from Northeastern and immediately joined the National Women’s Hockey League’s Buffalo Beauts, helping her hometown team to the Isobel Cup championship that same season.

Scamurra played two more seasons for the NWHL’s Buffalo Beauts, earning Rookie of the Year honours for the 2017-18 season. After taking home a gold medal at the IIHF Women’s World Championships in 2019, Hayley Scamurra joined many of her Team USA teammates in the formation of the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA).

A power forward on the ice, Hayley Scamurra is now creating momentum off the ice with the PWHPA to gain professional treatment for women’s hockey players, helping young girls and women see their idols and follow in their strides.
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