Lamoureux Twins Left Their Marks On and Off the Ice


If women’s hockey ever gets to the point where its players can make a living by competing full-time in a viable professional league, those who do will owe no small debt to a pair of twins from North Dakota whose Canadian father crossed the border to be a backup university goaltender. When Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson announced their retirement from the U.S. national women’s team Tuesday morning, they did so secure in the knowledge of their place in the game and their huge part in growing the sport.