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Danielle Goyette

Born:January 30, 1966Draft: Undrafted
Hometown:Saint-Nazaire, QuebecPosition:Forward
Known For:2x Olympic Gold MedalShoots:Left
National Team:Canada Current Status: Retired

Danielle Goyette (January 30, 1966) is a former Canadian ice hockey player and current director of player development for the Toronto Maple Leafs, as well as the assistant coach of the Newfoundland Growlers of the ECHL. Goyette represented Team Canada in three Olympic Games and nine World Championships, building up an impressive collection of hardware. She medalled in every tournament she appeared in, winning eight gold medals and one silver medal in the World Championship, along with two gold medals and one silver medal in the Olympic Games.

Following her playing career, Goyette joined the University of Calgary as their head coach for 14 seasons, capturing one championship. During this time, she also stood behind Team Canada’s bench as an assistant coach for two World Junior Championships, two World Championships, and one Olympic Games. She captured on gold medal and one silver medal in the World Championships, adding a silver medal in the World Junior Championships. Goyette is a member of both the IIHF Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Danielle Goyette Statistics

Staff History

  • University of Calgary, CIS (W) (Head Coach) 2007-2021
  • Team Canada, WJC-18 (Assistant Coach) 2007-2009
  • Team Canada, WC (W) (Assistant Coach) 2011-2013
  • Team Canada, OG (W) (Assistant Coach) 2014
  • Toronto Maple Leafs (Director of Player Development) 2021-current
  • Newfoundland Growlers, ECHL (Assistant Coach) 2022-current


  • 8x World Championship (W) Gold Medal (1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2007)
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal (2005)
  • World Championship (W) All-Star Team (1994)
  • 2x Olympic (W) Gold Medal (2002, 2006)
  • Olympic (W) Silver Medal (1998)
  • WWHL (W) Champion (2007)
  • U18 WJC (W) Silver Medal, Assistant Coach (2009)
  • CIS (W) Champion, Head Coach (2012)
  • World Championship (W) Gold Medal, Assistant Coach (2012)
  • World Championship (W) Silver Medal, Assistant Coach (2013)
  • IIHF Hall of Fame (2013)
  • Hockey Hall of Fame (2018)