Jayna Hefford

My Team Canada - Jayna Hefford : 02/24/2009

One of Canada’s most prolific goal scorers, Jayna Hefford is just three goals behind Danielle Goyette for second place among all-time goal scorers for the National Women’s Team, with 112. A three-time Olympian, Hefford may be best known for scoring one of the biggest goals in Canadian Olympic history. With just one second to go in the second period of the 2002 gold medal game, Hefford scored what would turn out to be the game-winner as Canada claimed its first-ever Olympic gold medal with a 3-2 win over the United States.

Forwards Defense
  • Jeff Carter
  • Sidney Crosby
  • Shane Doan
  • Ryan Getzlaf
  • Dany Heatley
  • Jarome Iginla
  • Vincent Lecavalier
  • Rick Nash
  • Mike Richards
  • Martin St-Louis
  • Ryan Smyth
  • Joe Thornton
  • Jonathan Toews
  • Jay Bouwmeester
  • Dan Boyle
  • Brian Campbell
  • Mike Green
  • Dion Phaneuf
  • Chris Pronger
  • Shea Weber
Goaltenders
  • Martin Brodeur
  • Roberto Luongo
  • Steve Mason

Goaltenders: I chose Brodeur and Luongo since they are both veteran goalies, who are both still among the best in the league, and Steve Mason since he is young and currently having a great season.

Defense: I went with fairly offensive defensemen. I like the youth on defense, those players who have a lot of offensive potential (Boyle, Campbell, Green, Phaneuf and Weber). Bouwmeester and Pronger provide leadership and experience.

Forwards: There are a number of obvious choices that can't be left off – Crosby, Getzlaf, Heatley, Iginla, Lecavalier and Thornton. There is also another core group who have competed internationally for Canada in the past and been successful, players like Carter, Nash, Toews and St. Louis. I was also sure to include some role players who would make it tough to play against in Doan, Richards and Smyth. I think overall, there is a lot of leadership, with a good mix of youth and experience.

2010 Olympic Winter Games (Men)
Preliminary Round
Feb. 16 CAN 8 - NOR 0
Feb. 18 SUI 2 - CAN 3 (SO)
Feb. 21 CAN 3 - USA 5
Qualification
Feb. 23
CAN 8 - GER 2
Quarter-Final
Feb. 24
CAN 7 - RUS 3
Semifinal
Feb. 26 USA 6 - FIN 1
Feb. 26 CAN 3 - SVK 2
Bronze Medal
Feb. 27
FIN 5 - SVK 3
Gold Medal
Feb. 28 USA 2 - CAN 3 (OT)
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Videos
Photos
2010-11 NST: Morning Skate
Oct 14, 2010
The NST takes to the ice for a morning skate before a three game exhibition series against USA.
2010 PARA: USA 2 - JPN 0 Gold
Mar 20, 2010
United States vs. Japan at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. (Gold)
2010 PARA: NOR 2 - CAN 1 Bronze
Mar 19, 2010
Canada vs. Norway at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. (Bronze)
2010 PARA: CAN 1 - JPN 3
Mar 18, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Japan at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: NOR 0 - CAN 5
Mar 16, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Norway at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: Reception
Mar 15, 2010
Canada's NST attends a reception during the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: CAN 10 - SWE 1
Mar 14, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Sweden at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: CAN 4 - ITA 0
Mar 13, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Italy at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA : Opening Ceremony
Mar 12, 2010
Canada's NST taking part to the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
2010 PARA: Practice
Mar 11, 2010
Canada's NST takes to the ice at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games
2010 PARA: Misc.
Mar 03, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team Captain, Jean Labonté, takes a run with the Olympic Torch Relay.
2010 OLYW: Flag Raising
Feb 10, 2010
Canada's National Women's Team taking part in the Flag Raising ceremony at the Olympic Village in Vancouver, B.C.
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