ALL-TIME GOALTENDING (INTERNATIONAL) - NATIONAL WOMEN'S TEAM

THROUGH FEBRUARY 12, 2010

RK Name Given name P GP MIN GA SO GAA SOG SV% W L T Hometown
1 St-Pierre Kim G 80 4421 87 27 1.18 1387 0.937 63 10 0 Châteauguay, Que.
2 Small Sami Jo G 51 2768 48 15 1.04 883 0.946 40 6 0 Winnipeg, Man.
3 Labonté Charline G 38 2110 50 11 1.42 712 0.929 27 8 1 Boisbriand, Que.
4 Rheaume Manon G 30 1531 42 - 1.65 432 0.903 20 5 0 Charlesbourg, Que.
- Reddon Lesley G 27 1454 50 - 2.06 - - 20 4 2 Fredericton, N.B.
6 Dube Danielle G 17 872 23 - 1.58 238 0.912 12 1 0 Vancouver, B.C.
7 Szabados Shannon G 15 840 20 4 1.43 289 0.931 13 1 0 Edmonton, Alta.
8 Phillips Cathy G 4 156 3 - 1.15 32 0.906 3 0 0 -
9 Morin Marie-France G 3 189 5 - 1.59 73 0.932 2 1 0 Gloucester, Ont.
- Caron Denise G 3 144 5 - 2.08 32 0.844 2 0 0 -
- Hosier Laura G 2 120 0 2 0 31 1 2 0 0 Sharon, Ont.
- Roy Marie-Claude G 2 120 1 - 0.5 24 0.958 2 0 0 -
13 Beuker Lorenda G 3 111 7 - 3.78 51 0.863 1 0 0 Humboldt, Sask.
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