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Coordinator, Grow The Game appointed

by Dylan Hafichuk  |  October 11, 2022 2:15 pm

WINNIPEG – Hockey Manitoba is pleased to announce the appointment of Alexandra Kliman as the Coordinator, Grow The Game, effective October 11, 2022.

Alexandra, 23, is from Winnipeg and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (History) from the University of Winnipeg in 2021. Alexandra played elite hockey for several years, skating for the Winnipeg Avros in the Manitoba Female U18 AAA League (2013-2016) and the Kelvin Clippers in the Manitoba Women’s High School Hockey League (2012-2016). During the 2013-2014 season. Alexandra was named the Winnipeg Avros U18 AAA Rookie of the Year as well as being named the top defensive player for the Kelvin Clippers.

Alexandra transitioned to coaching in 2017-18 with the Kelvin Clippers as an assistant coach and has been an assistant coach for the Manitoba Blizzard in the Manitoba Women’s Junior Hockey League for the past two years.

Alexandra has worked in child care for several organizations, serving as a positive role model for young children. She worked as a child care assistant at Brock Corydon School Daycare from 2016-2022 as well as working as a child care assistant at The Kaufman Child Care Centre for two summers (2019-2020). Alexandra also spent time living in Stockholm, Sweden where she worked as a live-in au pair providing child care for three children aged 1-7.

Alexandra is passionate about hockey and is enthusiastic about growing the game in the province. Alex will coordinate day-to-day initiatives, programs and events related to growing the game of hockey and promoting grassroots hockey development in Manitoba. Alex can be reached at

Please join us in welcoming Alex to the Hockey Manitoba staff.

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