Highlights

  • Represented the U.S. in three Olympic Winter Games (gold-2018, silver-2022, 2014)
  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has earned a spot on ten International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship teams (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) and played in nine (gold-2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019; silver-2012, 2021, 2022), as well as nine Four Nations Cups (1st-2011, 2012. 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018; 2nd-2010, 2014; 3rd-2013) and one IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series (2011)
  • Additionally, played in played in three International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women’s World Championships (gold-2008, 2009; silver-2010), three Under-22 Series vs.Canada (2010, 2012) and three Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2007, 2008, 2009) 
  • All-time leading scorer in IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship tournament history with 33 points (22 goals, 11 assists) in 15 games
  • Was honored as a top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award three times (2013, 2015, 2016) and won the award in 2016
  • In her senior season at Northeastern, became Hockey East all-time leader in career points, career goals, single-season points, single-season goals, points per game and goals per game
  • 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 (served as team captain), and The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota (2017)

International Career

2022 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

2022 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Captain

2021 My Why Tour, presented by Toyota

2021 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

2020 IIHF Women's World Championship 

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

2019-20 Rivalry Series

  • Served as team captain

2019 Rivalry Series

2019 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Served as team captain
  • Named to the Media All-Star Team along with teammates Hilary Knight and Cayla Barnes
  • Won the Directorate Award as top forward in the tournament

2018 Olympic Winter Games (gold)

  • Recorded two goals and an assist in five games
  • Led team in shots on goal with 21

2018 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2017 The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota

2017 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Tied for tournament lead with 12 points and five goals.
  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in a preliminary-round matchup against Russia and the semifinals versus Germany. Also named one of the top three U.S. players of the tournament

2017 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Was the U.S.'s top point-getter with seven (4-3) and leading goal scorer
  • Honored as U.S. Player of the Game in 5-0 win over Sweden and 4-2 win over Canada in the preliminary round

2016 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

2016 Four Nations Cup  (1st)

  • Tallied four points (2-2) in four games

2015 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Tied for tournament lead with plus-8 rating

2015 Four Nations Cup  (1st)

2014 Four Nations Cup  (2nd)

2014 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Skated in five games, recording two goals and four assists

2013 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Tied for sixth overall with four assists

2013 Four Nations Cup  (3rd)

2012 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in the gold-medal game (April 14); was second overall in the tournament in plus/minus rating (+10)

2012 Four Nations Cup  (1st)

  • Scored the game-winning goal on Nov. 10 to clinch first place over Canada and was named the U.S Player of the Game

2012 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2011 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Tied for second on the team in goals scored with four and third on the team in plus/minus rating (+9)

2011 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2011 IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series

2010 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in 10-1 win over Finland (Nov. 12)

2010 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2010 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Served as alternate captain
  • Earned the directorate award for the tournament’s top forward after recording 10 goals and 2 assists and a +10 rating in 5 games
  • Named one of the team's top three players for the tournament

2009 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Named one of the team's top three players for the tournament

2009 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

2008 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Named one of the team’s top three players for the tournament

2008 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

2007 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

Professional Career

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 - Minnesota Whitecaps (NWHL)

Amateur Career

Played four seasons at Northeastern University (HEA):

2015-16 (Senior)

  • Became Hockey East all-time leader in career points, career goals, single-season points, single-season goals, points per game and goals per game
  • Set Northeastern career records in points (249), goals (141) and single-season points (84)
  • Led the Huskies to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance as captain
  • Led the NCAA in goals, goals per game, points per game, shorthanded goals and hat tricks
  • Named Hockey East Player of the Year, First Team All American, scoring champion, All-Academic Team member, Distinguished Scholar (All-Academic Team for four consecutive years), and Top Scholar Athlete (4.0 GPA)
  • Recognized as All-New England Player of the Year
  • Was the NCAA Today's Top-10 Award Winner and NCAA Top-30 Woman of the Year honoree
  • Seven-time Warrior Player of the Week in the HEA and three-time Warrior Player of the Month in the HEA
  • Hockey East Army ROTC Three Stars Award recipient

2014-15 (Junior)

  • As captain, was a 2015 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top-10 finalist
  • Named First-Team All Star, Second Team All-American, anHEA All-Academic Team member, All-USCHO Second Team member and two-time Warrior Player of the Week

2012-13 (Sophomore)

  • 2013 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top-10 finalist
  • Named to the HEA All-Academic Team, CCM Hockey All-American Second Team, team MVP, Two-time Athletic Republic Player of the Week honoree and HEA All-Tournament Team
  • Named MVP of the Beanpot 
  • Became the 22nd player in program history to record 100 career points, and only the third to accomplish the feat in less than two seasons
  • Was one of two players (Alex Carpenter) to set the league record for conference points in a season, previously held by Sadie Wright Ward in 2005-06

2011-12 (Freshman)

  • Unanimous choice as HEA Rookie of the Year and USCHO.com Rookie of the Year
  • HEA First Team All-Star, All-Academic Team
  • All-New England Division I All Star

2010-11 (post-graduate year)

  • Played at Berkshire School (Mass.)
  • Totaled 77 points (55-22) in 25 games

Played three seasons with the Chicago Mission 19U girls team of the Tier I Elite Hockey League:

2009-10 - Chicago Mission 19U

  • Collected 87 points (53-34) in 46 games

2008-09 - Chicago Mission 19U

  • Netted 84 points (55-29) in 45 games and helped lead Chicago to the 2009 USA Hockey Girls 19 & Under national championship game

2007-08 - Chicago Mission 19U

  • Tallied 83 points (47-36) in 66 games