Mélanie Landry Named Athletic Therapist


The Halifax Mooseheads have named Mélanie Landry as the new Athletic Therapist following the departure of Robin Hunter who has left the team to be closer to family.

Born in Saint John, NB Mélanie now a resident of Moncton, Landry has a great deal of experience in the QMJHL. She spent four seasons with the Acadie-Bathurst Titan from 2016-2020 and one year on the bench with the Val d’Or Foreurs during the 2020-21 campaign. Mélanie was a member of the 2018 Memorial Cup Championship team in Acadie-Bathurst. She studied in athletic therapy at Concordia University and also has a degree in psychology from Mount Allison University.

The Mooseheads would like to thank Robin Hunter for her excellent work over the past five seasons and wish her all the best in her future endeavours.

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