The Lloydminster Bobcats show that they’re looking to improve all facets of the organization with the recent hiring of Athletic Therapist Hailee Dayman. The Bobcats announced the hiring last week stating that they’re “changing lanes” after a couple of weeks of player recruitment announcements.
“Hailee will be a great addition to our organization moving forward. We want to build a team of quality people, great work ethic and the drive to succeed. She brings those qualities to our team” says Bobcats Head Coach and General Manager Nigel Dube in a statement last week.
The organization says Dayman’s resume includes working with many teams and different sports at various levels while in school in Victoria, B.C. including elite level hockey and Olympic qualifiers. Also, Dayman has junior hockey experience after spending two years in Manitoba, including representing Canada at the World Junior A Challenge in December.
Along with her work with the Bobcats, Dayman has begun her own athletic therapy company with the goal to provide individualized service and specialize in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries and concussion management. Dayman begins her role with the Bobcats on May 15.