Genevieve Turgeon began skating at age seven and said there was "no doubt in my mind" she wanted to be a goalie.
But she first had to convince her dad to let her play hockey.
"It was funny. He didn't want me to play hockey because, when I was young, it was a man's sport. But I kept asking him and asking him, so he decided I could try it.
Read more about how Turgeon, a junior at University of Maine, became the two-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week this season and her strategy for being a successful, dominant force in the net.
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