Beauty is a tough sell for fans of the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers.
They are not accustomed to the team’s style or the league’s standards, and while some of those players have had a long and successful careers with teams that do not compete in the NHL, many of the league players are still just getting their feet wet in the industry.
But Heathers, who has spent the past three seasons playing for the Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs, is in a class of her own.
She is one of the top-earning female players in the league and one of just five players in her league with a total of $8.5 million (Canadian).
She is a leader on the ice and a top-paid female player on the back end.
“It’s hard to find a job and pay for it,” Heathers told CBC News in a recent interview.
“You can’t get a job in the beauty business if you are a female athlete.”
For Heathers and other female players who want to make a living in the sport, it can be a struggle.
The average annual salary for women in the United States is $15,000 a year, according to the US Department of Labor.
Heathers earned $3.5million (Canadian) in her first season of the 2013-14 season, which was her first in the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).
She also made $1.7million (US) in the 2015-16 season, according the NHLPA, which represents all professional women in hockey.
In the past few years, the number of female players on NHL rosters has increased dramatically, and in 2014, the NHL added a third female player to its roster in the form of Livia Eriksson, who had just become the first woman to play in the KHL, according with CBC.
Eriksson has not played in an NHL game since the 2015 Stanley Cup finals.
But she says she is happy to be a part of the team and has had an opportunity to work with some of the most skilled players in women’s hockey.
“I’m looking forward to playing and I hope to get my shot in the next game and hopefully get rewarded for my efforts,” Erikssey said in an interview with CBC News.
“This game is my life and it’s my passion and I love it so much.
I’m just happy to help the team grow, but I think I am the best player in the world at this game.”
In addition to being a key player for the team, Heather has made a name for herself as a model and athlete, winning the title of Miss Beauty Canada in 2013.
The beauty industry is booming and the popularity of women’s sports in the US has seen the number and number of beauty-related jobs grow.
The industry employs nearly 40,000 people in the U.S., and the league is expected to be worth $2 billion in 2017.
But while the NHL is in full-swing in the game, the makeup of the game is changing.
The growth of the professional women’s league in the past decade has coincided with a decline in women in general.
There were just 22 players in hockey in 2011-12, and only 16 in the National Women’s Hockey League in 2016-17.
But some female players are hoping that the league will be a positive addition to the women’s game.
“For me it’s a big part of who I am, because I’m a female player and I want to have my voice heard,” Heather said.
“I’ve never played the game as a woman, but it’s exciting to see how the women are doing.”
When I was younger, I never had a chance to play.
I was the only girl in the room, and I never really had a role model or someone that I could look up to.
I know what it’s like to be out there and to be surrounded by other women, and the beauty scene is really a great opportunity for women to be heard.
“And with the growth of women in all sports, Heather is hoping to use her talents to help promote women’s issues.
She told CBC that she has been “in contact with all of the women in our league, the women from our community, the girls that are in high school, the athletes in our community and I just want to give back to them and help them make an impact in this world.”