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August 12, 1978 (45)

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Hayley Wickenheiser OC is a Canadian former ice hockey player, resident physician, and assistant general manager for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Renowned for her exceptional career in women’s ice hockey, Wickenheiser is celebrated as one of the sport’s greatest players. She was a pivotal member of Canada’s national ice hockey team for 23 years, from 1994 until her retirement in 2017, and holds the record as the team’s all-time points leader. Wickenheiser’s illustrious career includes five Olympic appearances, yielding four gold and one silver medal, and she has been a seven-time winner of the world championships.

Wickenheiser’s journey in ice hockey began in her hometown of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, where she started playing minor ice hockey at a young age. She first gained national attention at the age of 15 when she joined Canada’s National Women’s Team, marking the start of a long and successful international career. Her first international tournament was the 1994 World Championship, where she helped Canada secure a gold medal. Over the years, Wickenheiser amassed an impressive collection of seven World Championship gold medals and three silver medals, showcasing her dominance in the sport.

Throughout her career, Hayley Wickenheiser has collaborated with numerous key figures in women’s hockey. Her partnerships with players like Cassie Campbell, Jayna Hefford, and Caroline Ouellette were instrumental in Canada’s dominance in international tournaments. Wickenheiser also worked closely with coaches such as Melody Davidson and Danièle Sauvageau, who played pivotal roles in shaping the strategies that led to Olympic and World Championship victories.

Wickenheiser’s contributions to ice hockey have been recognized with numerous awards and honors. She was elected to the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission in 2014 and inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2019.