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Allie Lacombe

Experienced NWHL Forward | NCAA Athlete Syracuse University 

Position Left Wing
Hometown Eden Prairie, MN
Experience NWHL/Europe Pro/NCAA D1
Shot Right

Allie's Bio

  • Head Coach - Nashville Jr. Predators U14AA girls
  • Assistant Coach - Nashville Jr. Predators U19AA girl

Allie is from Eden Prairie, Minnesota. She resides in Nashville, TN where she operates a rink, coaches and plays professionally in the NWHL.

LaCombe most recently signed with the Connecticut Whale in the NWHL. Previously, she played semiprofessional in the Europe, EWHL, for the Vienna Sabers in Austria and with Almaty Aisulu from Kazakhstan.

Allie played collegiately NCAA Division I at Syracuse University, where she led the NCAA in face-off percentage her senior year.

She is now the General Manager and Lead Instructor at the Hockey Lab training facility in Franklin, TN.

Allie is a Level 4 USA Hockey Coach, a certified USA Hockey Director, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management from Syracuse University. She also has her CFSC Strength Coach certification.

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Testimonials for Allie Lacombe

Testimonial for: Allie Lacombe

I had the pleasure of coaching Allie last season with the Connecticut Whale. Allie is a natural leader and her shot, stick handling and ability to see the ice are next level. But what really stood out about Allie was her passion and knowledge for the game!

Colton Orr

New York Rangers
477 NHL Games

Allie's Playing Experience

Big Goal by Allie!

NHL.com Interview with Allie

Crunch Time Goal by Allie