“My best advice for young female athletes, would be to just have fun, every time you get on the ice, every time you get on the court, whatever you’re doing, just enjoy every second of it.”
Alexis (Crossley) Miller is a talented hockey player from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia currently playing in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) for the Worcester Blades.
She’s had a stellar hockey career, starting by playing minor hockey in Cole Harbour. In 2009 she played for Team Atlantic before making the move to Faribault, Minnesota to play with Shattuck-St. Mary’s, where she won two gold medals. Miller’s talent didn’t go unnoticed as she made a verbal commitment to the University of New Hampshire to play with the Wildcats on a full scholarship. In 2016 she transferred to Boston University and finished her NCAA career as the co-captain of the Boston University Terriers.
Hailing from the same hockey-loving hometown as Sidney Crosby, Cole Harbour is proud to add Miller to their list of pro athlete exports.