Jillian Saulnier

Jillian Saulnier

Jillian Saulnier first wore the maple leaf internationally as a member of the under-18 national team. Saulnier made her debut with the National Women’s Team at the Four Nations Cup in the fall of 2014.

Sarah Nurse

Sarah Nurse

Sarah Nurse won gold with Team Canada at the 2013 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, despite having missed most of the selection camp due to injury.

Emily Clark

Emily Clark

Emily Clark began playing hockey internationally for Canada in 2011 with the national under-18 team. In 2012 and 2013 she helped Canada win gold at the IIHF World Women’s U18 Championship.

Brigette Lacquette

Brigette Lacquette

Brigette Lacquette is the first First Nations hockey player to be named to Canada’s National Women’s Team. She first joined the National Women’s U18 Team in August 2008 and went on to win silver and gold at the 2009 and 2010 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championships

Renata Fast

Renata Fast

Renata Fast first wore the maple leaf as a member of the National Women’s Development Team in 2014. She won gold with that team at the 2015 Nations Cup before joining the National Women’s Team at the 2015 Four Nations Cup, winning the silver medal.

Ann-Renée Desbiens

Ann-Renée Desbiens

Ann-Renée Desbiens started Canada’s opening game at PyeongChang 2018, earning an 18-save shutout against the Olympic Athletes from Russia en route to the silver medal.

Laura Stacey

Laura Stacey

Laura Stacey first wore the maple leaf as a member of Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team in August 2010. She went on to win silver and gold with the team at the 2011 and 2012 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championships.

Blayre Turnbull

Blayre Turnbull

Blayre Turnbull first wore the maple leaf in 2010 as a member of the U18 national team. She made her debut at the IIHF Women’s World Championship in 2016.

Brooke Apshkrum

Brooke Apshkrum

Brooke Apshkrum’s first career international gold medal was a big one, coming back from second place after the first run to win the women’s singles event at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games. That was just six years after she had gotten started in luge.

Reid Watts

Reid Watts

Reid Watts put Canada on the medal table at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games when he slid to bronze in the men’s singles event. Sitting in fifth place after the first run, he laid down the second-fastest time of the second run to stand on the podium.

Mélodie Daoust

Mélodie Daoust

Mélodie Daoust has wanted to compete at the Olympic Games since she realized hockey was her passion. Her dream came true at Sochi 2014 where she scored one goal in Canada’s 3-1 semifinal victory over Switzerland, en route to the gold medal. She went on to be Canada’s leading scorer at PyeongChang 2018, totaling three goals and four assists, as the team won the silver medal. 

Lisa Weagle

Lisa Weagle

Lisa Weagle was the lead on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Joanne Courtney

Joanne Courtney

Joanne Courtney was the second on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Emma Miskew

Emma Miskew

Emma Miskew was the third on the team skipped by Rachel Homan that won gold at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. The team won Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Rachel Homan

Rachel Homan

Rachel Homan skipped her Ottawa-based team to the gold medal at the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship. It was Canada’s first world title in women’s curling since 2008, ending the country’s longest ever drought.

Brent Laing

Brent Laing

Brent Laing is a three-time Canadian and world champion second who has been playing with his team since the 2014-15 season. After finishing fifth at that year’s Brier, they won their first national title together in 2016, going on to win the world title.

Kevin Koe

Kevin Koe

Kevin Koe is a three-time Canadian champion and two-time world champion skip who has been playing with his team since the 2014-15 season. After finishing fifth at that year’s Brier, they won their first national title together in 2016, going on to win the world title.

Kim Boutin

Kim Boutin

In her Olympic debut, Kim Boutin was Canada’s only triple medallist of PyeongChang 2018, leading to her selection as the country’s Closing Ceremony flag bearer.

Kasandra Bradette

Kasandra Bradette

Kasandra Bradette began competing internationally for Canada in 2011-12 when she made her World Cup debut. At the Canadian selection trials for PyeongChang 2018, Bradette finished third in the overall standings.

Jamie Macdonald

Jamie Macdonald

Jamie Macdonald has been a member of the senior national team since 2015, making her World Cup debut that fall where she was a member of the team that won silver in the 3000m relay. In February 2016, she earned her first individual World Cup podium, taking bronze in the 1000m.