Jennifer Botterill

Retired

Forward / Canadian National Hockey

Bio

Bio

Jennifer Botterill is considered one of the best female ice hockey players in the world. She played for the Harvard Crimson from 1998 to 2003 and scored 340 points during her 113 games with the University. Thus, Botterill still leads the U.S. College Ice Hockey in all time points. After a very successful collegiate career, Jennifer continued to play hockey on a number of professional, CWHL teams. She also continued to play for Canada’s national team and has won 4 Olympic medals (3 gold and one silver).

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born

Born

May 1, 1979 (age 38)
height

Height

5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
teams

Teams

Canadian National Hockey
position

Position

Forward
misc

149 goals in college

3 gold medals

Like Mother, Like Father, Like Brother; Hockey Runs in the Botterill Family

Professional Canadian hockey player Jennifer Botterill started her life on the ice at a young age. She learned to skate at the age of four at an outdoor skating rink close to her house. Despite l

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A Look at Jennifer Botterill's Ice Hockey Career

Jennifer Botterill is an olympic gold medalist hockey player turned commentator and keynote speaker. In the 2010 Winter Olympics, she assisted on the game-winning goal in what ended up being her

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When Jennifer Botterill's New Passion Lead Her to Interview Wayne Gretzky

Jennifer Botterill’s current occupation consists of interviewing some of the best hockey players in the world for the show, Hometown Hockey. In one of her most memorable interviews with

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Why Does Jennifer Botterill Compete?

Competition runs in Jennifer Botterill’s blood. Ever since she was young, Jennifer has been raised in atmosphere full of both ice hockey and athletic attitudes. In this video, Botterill

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Jennifer Botterill's Life as a Harvard Pilgrim

Jennifer Botterill’s college career with her alma mater, Harvard University, was one of the best in the University’s history. Jennifer’s most memorable moment was winning a national cham

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What Does A Friday Night with Jennifer Botterill Look Like?

For professional hockey player Jennifer Botterill, the best weekends are spent with her family and friends. Since getting married and having a daughter, Botterill enjoys  spending as muc

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Jennifer Botterill Helps out The Right to Play Charity

Professional ice hockey player Jennifer Botterill loves to give back. Jennifer has given back to multiple charities such as Right to Play, Canadian Cancer Society, The Sick Kids Hospital

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Jennifer Botterill Gives Us A Look Inside The Olympic Village

Pro hockey player Jennifer Botterill has always excelled in her sport. Over the years she has attended the 1998, 2002, 2006, and 2010 Olympics. On top of that, she left the Olympics wi

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