Cassie Campbell-Pascall talks women’s hockey, Blue Jays in Twitter Takeover

Cassie Campbell-Pascall remembers Team Canada's victory at the Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002 as "the start of many gold medals for Canada." (Kazuhiro Nog/AFP/Getty)

Cassie Campbell-Pascall is a regular on both Hockey Day and Hockey Night in Canada.

During a short break from Hockey Day action in Kenora, ON, we handed our keyboard over to Campbell-Pascall for a Twitter Q&A.

Here’s what the Olympic champion and Canadian hockey hero had to say:

Question from @RockNRollCroll: Did you play boys hockey prior to girls rep? My daughter 1st yr playing girls rep & doesnt feel challenged enough?

Question from @Timryanlaw: What message do you have for my 5 year old daughter & all little girls just starting league play?

Question from @OSGNelson: You’re the Boss of Hockey for a day: What rule change do you make and why?

Question from @Allbsrus: Please give two characteristics of an excellent teammate ; examples for both? Team sport needs team! @ABantamMWH

Question from @JohnG1798: favourite hockey moment?

Question from @Islanders108: What was your favourite part of playing the sport you love everyday?

Question from @V_McF2: If you had the CWHL when you were growing as player what changes would we have seen to the women’s game?

Question from @armcontrolmick: What are your top 3 favourite restaurants in all of Canada?

Question from @siapeace: Of all the goals you’ve ever scored, which one is your most memorable?

Question from @SteveJMacE: Did you accomplish all of your personal hockey goals during your career?

Question from @TrevorDown6: Do you see any Canadian U18/U22 players making the jump to the Olympic team for 2018?

Question from @TheGoalieGiant: Most talented women’s hockey Canadian player not in the CWHL?

Question from @AndAfter22Years: Easy question here, will @wick_22 be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame?


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