Lyndsey is the first ice hockey player, male or female, from the state of Arizona to compete in the Olympics. She is also the first Arizona native to win a medal in a Winter Olympics after her team claimed silver in 2014 in Sochi.
She played her NCAA Division 1 college hockey at Harvard University where she made All-Academic Team her junior and senior year. After graduating, she started her own hockey camp business, Lyndsey Fry Hockey LLC, for which she travels to other non-traditional hockey states to run girls hockey camps and clinics.
In 2018, she became the NHL's first Female Hockey Ambassador while working for the Arizona Coyotes. Shortly thereafter she was added to the inaugural Female Hockey Advisory Committee for the NHL along with other leaders in women's hockey.
In 2019, she became the President of the Arizona Kachinas Hockey Association which is largest girls hockey association in Arizona's history.
Lyndsey has a deeply rooted passion for created businesses that allow her to make a living doing what she loves and giving back to her community.
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