Kendall Coyne Schofield makes history at 2019 NHL skills competition:

Less than a month after setting the world on fire with her speed at the NHL Skills Competition, Coyne Schofield was back at it again as she took house the NWHL's fastest skater crown with a time of 13.90 seconds. 1:16

Campbell, 28, bet the Calgary Inferno of the CWHL and made her national team debut in 2014.

The Moosomin, Sask., local stated anybody who's seen women's hockey at the highest level knows it deserves to be dealt with as a legitimate pro sport.

"I think from the player's perspective, they need to continue to appear and they need to pioneer and break down those barriers and be patient. And I understand that it's truly tough but I understand that they're doing the best thing," Campbell stated.

'You desire to be them'

For Campbell, just putting ladies on the Battle of the Blades platform is a step in the ideal direction.

"It's the Natalie Spooners, it's the Tessa Bonhommes. Due to the fact that you make that connection with them, you remember their face. You see their character. You want to be them. You wish to live their story and walk their path," Campbell said.

"I understand for a fact that, to Jennifer and Meghan and I, we're all on the very same page and we're doing this for our charities and our love for skating in such an enjoyable method, but we're attempting to get in touch with our viewers and with the youth that are desiring walk our paths."

Campbell is paired with ice dancer Asher Hill for the show, where she'll be skating on behalf of Do It For Daron, which supports research study, education and awareness efforts that motivate youths to talk freely about mental disorder.

Botterill will skate with two-time world champion sets skater Eric Radford. Both are competing to win money for The Canadian Cancer Society.

Agosta will team up with three-time Canadian ice dance champ Andrew Poje and contend on behalf of the BC Children's Hospital.

The sixth season of Battle of the Blades premieres next Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on CBC and CBC Gem.

Meghan Agosta, Jennifer Botterill and Jessica Campbell will make their figure skating debuts next Thursday when the sixth season of the program premieres.While toe picks and twirls have proven tough in training, the ladies's hockey

troika hopes swapping hockey skates for figures skates brings attention to their main sport. Agosta played in the Canadian Women's Hockey League before it terminated operations in May 2019. The National Women's Hockey League now stands as the lone professional organization."I believe from the player's viewpoint, they require to continue to reveal up and they require to leader and break down those barriers and be client. Botterill will skate with two-time world champion pairs skater Eric Radford.