Maybe this would help the Canadiens
Meet Jennifer the hockey playing robot from the University of Manitoba. Jennifer is a DARwIn, a Dynamic Anthropomorphic Robot with Intelligence and she is being trained for the DARWIN-OP Humanoid Application Challenge, at IEEE ICRA in St. Paul in May. As you can see in this video, she is coming along well.
She was developed by The Autonomous Agents Laboratory one of the research laboratories within the Department of Computer Science at the University of Manitoba. An earlier robot participated in the FIRA Roboworld Cup in Kaohsiung Taiwan, competing in the FIRA Hurocup. Among the events, the robot won second place in the Marathon, completing an 84m track in 8 minutes 50 seconds, a full four minutes faster than the previous world record
By the way Jennifer is named after Jennifer Botterill, the Canadian three-time Olympic gold medal hockey player.