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Goyette joined the Canadian National Team at the IIHF World Women’s Championships in 1992.

Danielle Goyette combined skill and longevity during a brilliant playing career. A native of St-Nazaire, Quebec born January 30, 1966, Danielle joined the Canadian National Team at the IIHF World Women’s Championships in 1992 and went on to play in nine such tournaments, contributing to eight gold medal victories and one silver. She is the fourth-leading scorer in the tournament’s history, collecting 68 points, including 37 goals.

Goyette is a two-time Olympic champion, helping Canada to gold in 2002 and 2006.

In 1998, Women’s Hockey was first admitted to the Olympics, and Team Canada sent a team that included Danielle Goyette to Nagano, Japan to compete in the historic tournament. Team Canada claimed the Olympic silver medal, with Danielle the top goal-scorer with eight tallies, but Team Canada then went on to win Olympic gold medals in both 2002 (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA) and 2006 (Turin, Italy) with Danielle leading the way. In 2002, Goyette tied as leading point-producer with 10, and in 2006, she was selected as the flag-bearer for Canada. She stands as the second-leading goal scorer in the history of Women’s Hockey at the Olympics with 15. Prior to her retirement, Danielle had proven to be one of Canada’s most prolific forwards, with 113 goals and 105 assists for 171 career games with the Canadian National Women’s Team.

In 171 career games with the Canadian National Women’s Team, Goyette recorded 113 goals and 105 assists for 218 points..

In addition, while playing for Team Alberta at the Esso Women’s National Championships in 2003, Danielle was selected as the tournament’s most valuable player as her team took the Abby Hoffman Cup as champions.

Since retiring after the 2006 Olympic Games, Danielle Goyette has stepped into a mentoring role, coaching the women’s program for the University of Calgary Dinos (the team won the CIS National Championship in 2011-12) and as a consultant for Team Canada’s Women’s Hockey Team.

 

Season Club League GP G A TP PIM +/-
1991-92  Canada World Championships 5 3 7 10 2
1993-94  Canada World Championships 5 9 3 12 0 14
 1996-97  Canada World Championships 5 2 1 3 2  
1997-98  Canada Olympic Games 6 8 1 9 10 10
1998-99  Canada World Championships 5 3 2 5 2 5
1999-00  Canada World Championships 5 6 1 7 0 9
2000-01  Canada World Championships 5 4 5 9 0 8
2001-02  Canada Olympic Games 5 3 7 10 0 7
2003-04  Canada World Championships 5 2 5 7 6 7
2004-05  Canada World Championships 5 2 2 4 4 9
2005-06  Canada Olympic Games 5 4 2 6 6 4
2006-07  Canada World Championships 5 6 5 11 0 10


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