Highlights

  • Represented the U.S. in four Olympic Winter Games (gold - 2018, silver - 2010, 2014, 2022)
  • As a member of the U.S. Women's National Team, has earned a spot on 13 International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championship teams (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) and played in 12 (gold-2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019; silver-2007, 2012, 2021, 2022), as well as 12 Four Nations Cups (1st-2008, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018; 2nd-2006, 2009, 2010, 2014; 3rd-2013) and one IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series (2011)
  • Additionally, was a member of the 2009-10 U.S. Women's National Team (Qwest Tour) and four-time member of the U.S. Under-22 Women's National Team (2006-08, 2010)
  • Has represented the U.S. in various other international events, including the 2021 My Why Tour, presented by Toyota, 2019-20 Rivalry Series, 2019 Rivalry Series and The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota (2017)
  • Helped the University of Wisconsin to two Division I national championships (2009, 2011)
  • Named a top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award three times (2009, 2011, 2012)

International Career

2022 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Named one of Team USA's three best players of the tournament

2022 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Alternate captain

2021 My Why Tour, presented by Toyota

2021 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Named one of Team USA's three best players of the tournament

2020 IIHF Women's World Championship 

  • Tournament was canceled by the IIHF due to the global pandemic

2019-20 Rivalry Series

2019 Rivalry Series

2019 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led the team with seven goals and 11 points
  • Became the all-time leader in games played for the United States by playing in her 51st game against Russia
  • Named to the Media All-Star team

2018 Olympic Winter Games (gold)

  • Recorded two goals and an assist in five games

2018 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Tied two other players to lead the team in scoring with six total points (3-3)
  • Named U.S. player of the game in the championship against Canada

2017 The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota 

2017 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Tied for second on Team USA with four goals while her five assists were tied for third and her nine points also ranked third-best
  • Netted the gold medal-winning goal in overtime of the championship game versus Canada

2017 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Among Team USA skaters, finished fourth in goals (2) and fifth in points (4)

2016 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led all players in tournament play with seven goals
  • Named Most Valuable Player of the tournament
  • Winner of the Best Forward award, as chosen by the Directorate
  • Selected as one of Team USA's three best players, as chosen by coaches
  • Named to the Media All-Star Team
  • Chosen as U.S. Player of the Game in the team's tournament opener against Canada

2016 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Led Team USA with three goals

2015 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led all skaters in both goals (7) and points (12) while tying for first with a plus-8 rating
  • Named Most Valuable Player of the tournament
  • Winner of the Best Forward award, as chosen by the Directorate
  • Selected as one of Team USA's three best players, as chosen by coaches
  • Named to the Media All-Star Team
  • Chosen as U.S. Player of the Game in team's victory over Finland

2015 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Scored the game-winning goal in overtime in the championship game

2014 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Shared team lead in points with six while tying for second in goals (3) and third in assists (3)
  • Named to the Media All-Star Team
  • Scored 53 seconds into Team USA's preliminary round game versus Finland, setting a U.S. Olympic Women's Team record for fastest goal

2014 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

2013 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in team's quarterfinal victory over Finland

2013 Four Nations Cup (3rd)

2012 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Tied for second in tournament scoring with five goals
  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in team's 9-0 victory over Russia

2012 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Paced all skaters with six goals while tying for first with six points
  • Named U.S. Player of the Game on Nov. 7 vs. Canada

2011 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led the tournament with five goals and nine assists
  • Named to the Media All-Star Team

2011 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in an 8-0 victory over Sweden\

2011 IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Series

  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in 12-0 win over Russia after tallying three goals

2010 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Ranked third in the tournament - and tied for first on Team USA - with seven assists
  • Tied for fifth on Team USA with nine points (1-7)

2010 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

2010 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2009-10 Qwest Tour

  • Led the team with 30 points and 17 assists while tying for the team lead with 13 goals

2009 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led the tournament with seven goals while ranking third in points with nine
  • Selected as one of Team USA's three best players, as chosen by coaches

2009 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

  • Led Team USA in scoring with five points (2-3)

2008 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

2008 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Led the tournament in scoring with five points (3-2)

2008 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2007 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

2007 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2006 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

2006 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

Professional Championship

2022-23 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

2020-21 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

2019-20 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

  • Played in the Dream Gap Tour 

2018-19 - Les Canadiennes de Montreal (CWHL)

  • Scored eight goals and collected nine assists for 17 points in 23 games

2017-18 - Les Canadiennes de Montreal (CWHL)

  • Played in one game

2016-17 - Boston Pride (NWHL)

  • Ranked fourth on the team with eight goals and tied for fourth with 15 points

2015-16 - Boston Pride (NWHL)

  • Led the league in goals (15), assists (18) and points (33)
  • Added a league-high seven goals and nine points in the Isobel Cup Playoffs

2014-15 - Boston Blades (CWHL)

  • Tallied a team-high 22 points

2013-14 - Boston Blades (CWHL)

2012-13 - Boston Blades (CWHL)

  • Paced all Boston skaters in goals (17), assists (15) and points (32)

Amateur Career

Played four seasons at the University of Wisconsin (WCHA):

2011-12 (Senior)

  • Ranked third on the team with 60 points (31-29) to guide Wisconsin to the national championship game
  • Led the nation with 10 game-winning goals
  • All-WCHA First Team Selection
  • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award top-10 finalist

2010-11 (Junior)

  • Led the nation with 47 goals and ranked third with 81 points while helping Wisconsin to the national championship title
  • NCAA First Team All-American
  • NCAA Women's Frozen Four Co-MVP
  • WCHA Preseason Player of the Year
  • NCAA All-Tournament Team
  • All-WCHA First Team Selection
  • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award top-10 finalist
  • Helped Wisconsin to a national championship

2008-09 (Sophomore)

  • Led the NCAA with 45 goals, 38 assists and 83 points to guide Wisconsin to the national championship title
  • WCHA Player of the Year 
  • NCAA First Team All-American
  • All-WCHA First Team Selection
  • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award top-10 finalist
  • Helped Wisconsin to a national championship

2007-08 (Freshman)

  • Tied for second on the team with 20 goals and ranked fourth with 38 points
  • WCHA All-Rookie Team
  • WCHA Preseason Rookie of the Year 

Played four seasons at Choate Rosemary Hall (Wallingford, Conn.): 

2006-07 (Senior)

  • Recorded a career-high 73 points (53-20)
  • Founders League MVP

2005-06 (Junior)

  • Paced the team in goals (33), assists (18) and points (52) 
  • Founders League MVP

2004-05 (Sophomore)

  • Registered team-high 53 points (39-14)
  • Choate Athletic Award recipient

2003-04 (Freshman)

  • Led freshmen in scoring with 33 points (18-15)
  • Choate Athletic Award recipient