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NameLacey Michaela Taylor-Payne
ContingentTeam Northwest Territories
HometownSt. Theresa Point First Nation, MB



Team: Northwest Territories
No: 4
Final position: 11
NT-MBMonday, March 05, 200715:00Takhini Arena
NS-NTTuesday, March 06, 200715:00Takhini Arena
Seeds 2-4Thursday, March 08, 200709:00Takhini Arena
Seeds 2-3Thursday, March 08, 200719:30Canada Games Centre
Seeds 1-2Friday, March 09, 200719:00Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)5' 6.5"
Weight (lb)140
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
11 yrs
Club or School TeamDiavik
CoachMiles Harris
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
National Aboriginal High Performance Hockey Camp, 2005
President's Choice Hockey award, 2003
Various All-Star Teams
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2004 Team Atlantic - National Aboriginal Hockey Championships 6th
2003 Nova Scotia Hockey Provincials 3rd
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
To win more games than we lose.
To play my best.
To get noticed.
Not too many penalties, but play aggressively.
My personal role model
Sidney Crosby
Chelsea Taylor-Payne
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I am a Military dependent and have lived in MB, NS, ON, and NT.
I am originally from St. Theresa Point First Nation, an isolated fly-in reserve in northern Manitoba.
My older brother (Shawn Taylor) and sister (Chelsea Taylor-Payne) are national level rugby players.
This is my second year (out of 11) in girls hockey, and I'm really enjoying it.