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Catherine “Cammi” Granato

Born:March 25, 1971Draft:N/A
Hometown:Downers Grove, IL, USAPosition:RW/C
Known For:Hockey Hall of FameShoots:Right
National Team:USACurrent Team:Seattle Kraken (Scout)

Catherine Michelle Granato (born March 25, 1971) is an American former ice hockey player and one of the first women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in November 2010. She currently works as a scout for the Seattle Kraken organization. Granato was the captain of the U.S. women’s hockey team that won a gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics. She is the younger sister of former NHL player Tony Granato and Buffalo Sabres head coach Don Granato, and a graduate of Providence College. Granato played hockey for Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Cammi Granato
Cammi Granato (Chris Young/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

Cammi Granato Statistics

Staff History

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Achievements

  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1989-90
  • World Championship (W) All-Star Team — 1991-92
  • World Championship (W) Best Forward — 1991-92
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1991-92
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1993-94
  • World Championship (W) All-Star Team — 1996-97
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1996-97
  • Olympic (W) Gold Medal — 1997-98
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1998-99
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 1999-00
  • World Championship (W) Most Points (13) — 2000-01
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 2000-01
  • Olympic (W) All-Star Team — 2001-02
  • Olympic (W) Silver Medal — 2001-02
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal — 2003-04
  • World Championship (W) Gold Medal — 2004-05
  • NHL Contribution to U.S. Hockey (Lester Patrick Trophy) — 2006-07
  • United States Hockey Hall of Fame — 2008-09
  • Hockey Hall of Fame — 2010-11
  • Captain (Team USA) — 1996 – 2002; 2003-05

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