2018 Olympic Winter Games (Women)

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Ann-Renée Desbiens
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Position
Goaltender
Date of Birth
04-10-1994
HT/WT
5'9 / 160
Catches
L
Hometown
La Malbaie, Que.
Teams
2018 Olympic Winter Games (Women's Hockey) - Canada
2017-18 NWT Exhibition Games - Canada
2017-18 NWT Esso Series - Canada
2017-18 NWT Series vs. USA - Canada
2017 4 Nations Cup - Canada
2016 NWT December Series - Canada
2015 IIHF Women’s World Championship - Canada
2015 Nations Cup - Canada
2014 National Women's Team Fall Festival - Black
Canada's National Women's Development Team vs. United States - Canada
2014 NWDT Selection Camp - Blue

Biography

HOCKEY CANADA BACKGROUND

Played for Canada’s National Women’s Team in the two-game December Series against the United States in Sarnia, Ont., and Plymouth, Mich., in December 2016 … Won a silver medal with Canada’s National Women’s Team at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship in Malmö, Sweden … Won a gold medal with Canada’s National Women’s Development Team at the 2015 Nations Cup in Füssen, Germany … Attended Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival in Calgary, Alta., in September 2014 … Was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Development Team for a three-game series against the United States in Calgary, Alta., in August 2014 … Was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Under-22/Development Team in a three-game series against the United States in Calgary, Alta., in August 2012 … Won a silver medal with Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team at the 2011 IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship in Stockholm, Sweden … Was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team in a three-game series against the United States in Lake Placid, N.Y., in August 2010

HOCKEY BACKGROUND

2016-17: Won the WCHA championship and reached the NCAA Frozen Four championship game with Wisconsin … Won the Patty Kazmaier Award as the top player in NCAA women’s hockey … Named a First Team All-American … Named to the WCHA First All-Star Team … Named WCHA goaltending champion … Led the NCAA in wins (29), shutouts (17), goals-against average (0.71) and save percentage (.963) … Became the all-time NCAA leader in shutouts (54) … 2015-16: Won the WCHA championship and reached the NCAA Frozen Four with Wisconsin … Set NCAA single-season records for shutouts (21), save percentage (.960) and goals-against average (0.76) … Named a First Team All-American … Named USCHO Player of the Year … Named Most Outstanding Player of the WCHA Final Face-Off … Named to the WCHA First All-Star Team … A top-three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, presented to the best player in NCAA women’s hockey … Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team … 2014-15: Reached the NCAA Frozen Four with Wisconsin … Helped Wisconsin win the WCHA championship … Led WCHA goaltenders in goals-against average and shutouts … Third in the NCAA in goals-against average and wins … Fourth in the NCAA in save percentage (.943) … Second in the NCAA in shutouts … Named to the WCHA Third All-Star Team … 2013-14: Reached the NCAA Frozen Four with Wisconsin … Named WCHA goaltending champion … Named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team … Earned a shutout in her NCAA debut vs. St. Cloud State on Oct. 19 … 2012-13: Named LDHAAQ Goaltender of the Year … 2011-12: Won the Clarkson Cup with the CWHL’s Montréal Stars … Played in the Coupe Dodge provincial championship with Beaubourg (Midget AA) … Participated in a QMJHL camp with the Cataractes de Shawinigan … Won a silver medal with Quebec at the 2011 National Women’s Under-18 Championship in Saguenay, Que. … 2010-11: Played in the LHDAAQ All-Star Game … Named athlete of the year at École secondaire du Plateau … Won a bronze medal with Quebec at the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax, N.S. … 2009-10: Won a bronze medal with Quebec at the 2009 National Women’s Under-18 Championship in Surrey, B.C. … Won a silver medal with Quebec at the Coupe Dodge provincial championship (Midget Espoir) … Named to the Midget AA all-star team … OTHER: Won a regular season championship with Clermont (Peewee CC) in 2004-05 … Won the Beauce tournament championship in 2003 and 2004 … Lists Simon Rochefort as her favourite minor hockey coach

PERSONAL

Lists National Women’s Team alumna Kim St-Pierre as her favourite female athlete … Lists National Women’s Team member Charline Labonté as her role model … Favourite NHL team: Pittsburgh Penguins … Wears No. 30 in honour of Martin Brodeur … Plays basketball … Daughter of Raynald and Claire … Has three brothers, Martin, Dominic and Vincent, and one sister, Sabrina

Statistics

GP
Mins
SA
SVS
GA
SO
GAA
SV%
1
60
18
18
0
1
0
1

Tournament Game Log

Date
Mins
SA
SVS
GA
GAA
SV%
Feb 11, 2018
60
18
18
0
0.00
1.000

Past Events

Event
GP
W
L
Mins
SH
SAV
GA
SO
GAA
SAV%
2017 4 Nations Cup (Pre)
1
0
0
29
8
8
0
0
0.00
1.000
2017 4 Nations Cup
1
0
1
60
30
26
4
0
4.00
0.867
2017-18 NWT Exhibition Games
3
2
0
182
94
88
6
0
1.98
0.936
2017-18 NWT Series vs. USA
3
1
1
128
52
46
6
0
2.81
0.885
2018 Olympic Winter Games (Women's Hockey)
1
1
0
60
18
18
0
1
0.00
1.000
2015 IIHF Women’s World Championship
3
2
0
140
58
54
4
2
1.71
0.931
2015 Nations Cup
2
2
0
120
29
28
1
1
0.50
0.966
2014 National Women's Team Fall Festival
3
1
0
89
24
22
2
0
1.35
0.917
Canada's National Women's Development Team vs. United States
3
0
2
85
42
36
6
0
4.24
0.857
2014 NWDT Selection Camp
3
0
0
87
44
41
3
0
2.07
0.932
2017-18 NWT Esso Series (Pre)
14
5
2
666
342
322
20
0
1.80
0.942
Videos
Photos
2018 4NC: USA 5 – CAN 2 (Gold Medal)
Fortino and Bourbonnais scored, but Canada finished with silver.
2018 4NC: CAN 3 – FIN 0 (Preliminary)
Daoust and Johnston scored early, helping Canada reach the final.
2018 4NC: USA 2 – CAN 1 (Preliminary)
Gabel scored her first career goal, but Canada finished a goal short.
2018 4NC: CAN 6 – SWE 1 (Preliminary)
Daoust had two goals and an assist to lead Canada to an opening win.
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