Jennifer Botterill

Botterill had a storied international hockey playing career as a member of the Canadian women’s hockey team from 1997-2011. During that time, she competed in four Olympic Games, having led Canada to three Olympic Gold medals (2002, 2006, 2010) and one Silver medal (1998). She is also a five-time World Champion, where she was twice named the tournament’s most valuable player. During her accomplished collegiate career, Botterill became the only two-time winner of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given to the top women’s college hockey player. Since transitioning to a career in broadcasting, the Winnipeg native has worked as a contributing host and hockey analyst for CBC, TSN and Sportsnet in Canada.

Confident Lehner Continues to Stymy Penguins

Trotz Goes Over Isles’ Shootout Win vs. Panthers

AJ Mleczko and Jen Botterill Hand Out Isles’ Season Awards!

Trotz: We Stayed With It and Didn’t Flinch

Lee: We Need to Show More Heart Over 60 Minutes

AJ Mleczko and Jennifer Botterill Are Teammates Again

How Women’s Hockey Has Grown By Leaps and Bounds

Dal Colle Getting Top-Line Minutes

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