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Date of Birth: 04/07/78
Place of Birth: St-Hyacinthe, QC
Hometown: Montréal, QC
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 145 lbs
Years on National Team: 6
 After a brilliant career with the national junior team from 1994 to 1997, Marie-Luc Arpin would love nothing more than to bring home a medal from the Sydney Games. The utility position player led the junior national team to fifth place finishes at both the 1995 world junior championship in Ste-Foy, Que., where she earned all star honors and two years later at the world juniors in Prague. She was the top scorer at the 1996 Junior Pan Ams and the tournament MVP at the 1996 Junior NORAM. Arpin is currently studying mechanical engineering at McGill University

2000 Games
Sept. 22: Canada def. Kazakhstan 9-8 in overtime to finish fifth in standings.
Sept. 20: Canada lost 7-4 to Australia, dropping to 1-2-2 in round-robin play.
Sept. 19: Women: Canada lost 7-4 to the Netherlands, dropping to 1-1-2 in round-robin play.
Sept. 18: Canada def. Kazakhstan 10-3 in round-robin play for one win and two ties in three games. Sept. 17: Canada tied U.S. 8-8 in second preliminary game.

Marie-Luc Arpin battles for the ball
Canada's Marie-Luc Arpin tries to control

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