Jennifer Botterill, is a Canadian former women's hockey player who played for Harvard University, the Canadian national team, the Mississauga Chiefs, and the Toronto Aeros. She assisted on the game-winning goal in her final international game, Canada's 2-0 win over the United States for the gold medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics. Although born in Ottawa, Ontario, she claims a hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
About Jennifer Botterill
Former Canadian hockey player who was part of 3 Olympic gold medal winning teams.
Jennifer Botterill Before Fame
She was the youngest player on Team Canada in the 1998 Olympics when the team took silver.
Achievement of Jennifer Botterill
She was a member of World Championship teams in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, and 2007.
Jennifer Botterill Family Life
She married hockey coach Adrian Lomonaco on May 5, 2012.
Associations of Jennifer Botterill
She helped lead Team Canada to gold in the 2010 Olympics where Sidney Crosby led the men's Team Canada to gold as well.
Information related to Jennifer Botterill
- Patty Kazmaier Award winners
- Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey players
- Toronto Furies players
- Angela James Bowl winners
- Mississauga Chiefs players
- Members of the Order of Manitoba
- Canadian expatriates in the United States
- Ice hockey players at the 1998 Winter Olympics
- Medalists at the 1998 Winter Olympics
- Olympic ice hockey players of Canada
- Ice hockey players at the 2006 Winter Olympics
- Medalists at the 2002 Winter Olympics
- Ice hockey players at the 2002 Winter Olympics
- Olympic gold medalists for Canada
- Ice hockey players at the 2010 Winter Olympics
- Olympic silver medalists for Canada
- Medalists at the 2010 Winter Olympics
- Medalists at the 2006 Winter Olympics
- Ice hockey people from Manitoba
- Sportspeople from Ottawa