Hockey Story

I grew up in a small town in Mid Maine with a French- Canadian family where hockey was the center of all holidays and events. I started skating when I was 3 years old and started playing competitive hockey when I was 6 years old. Playing hockey was a big part of my childhood as for I had to travel 20 minutes to the closest rink. I picked up playing goalie when I was 8 and a spark had ignited in me to follow through with becoming a goaltender. I played for a tier 4 or house team until I was 14 when I knew I wanted to pursue playing hockey past high school. I was fortunate to play for the Portland Junior Pirates and succeeded there. I was then offered to go play for Rice Prep Hockey team based in Burlington, Vermont. I played at Rice for three years and graduated with the class of 2017.


Through the 10 years of playing goalie I have been fortunate enough to have three very knowledgable goalie coaches, Ray Jean who owns the hockey school Own The Crease, Alfie Michaud ¬†who owns the hockey school Dream Catchers Hockey, and Robert “Cap” Raeder who works with a lot of college teams in the New England Area. Now playing the Nordiques NA3HL we have a solid hockey and very knowledgable hockey staff with John Raccine being our goalie coach, skating and coaching the goalies and Cam Robichaud being our head coach knowing a lot about the game.


My family has given me the support I need to pursue my dream of playing hockey. My mother, Karen St.Pierre and my father, Tom St.Pierre own Al’s Tire in Jay, Maine. I have two older sisters Kaitlyn St.Pierre, who recently got married and is now pregnant and graduated from Thomas College, and Miranda St.Pierre who graduated from University of Maine Farmington and is working at Margaret Murphy Center.


I graduated from Rice Memorial High School with the class of 2017 and had a GPA of 3.2. I completed over 80 hours of community service over the three years at Rice.


Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Fishing