Brianne Jenner first wore the maple leaf internationally as a member of Canada’s Under-18 team in 2008. Jenner began her National Women’s team career in 2009 when she was centralized as an 18-year old for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Her achievements include 2 Olympic Gold Medals (2014, 2022), being named the 2022 Olympic MVP and tying the record for most goals scored at an Olympic tournament, as well as claiming a Silver Medal a at the 2018 Olympics. Brianne has played for Canada at 7 World Championships, winning the MVP of the 2022 World Championship final where she scored Canada’s two goals. Brianne is currently an Assistant Captain on the National/Olympic team, board member of the Professional Women’s Hockey Player’s Association and the Director of Player and Coach Devleopment for the Oakville Hornets Organization.
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