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Cherie Piper
Cherie-Piper
Position Forward
Shoots Right
Height
Weight
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
168 lb (76 kg)
CWHL Team
F. Teams
Brampton Thunder
Mississauga Chiefs
Dartmouth Big Green
Born June 29 1981 (1981-06-29) (age 35),
Scarborough, ON, CAN
Pro Career 2001 – present

Cherie Piper (born June 29, 1981) is a Canadian ice hockey player residing in Markham, Ontario. She is a member of the Canadian national women's hockey team and plays for the Mississauga Chiefs of the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL). Piper has won three Olympic gold medals with the Canadian national team in 2002, 2006 and 2010, as well as one world championship title in 2004.

Playing careerEdit

Medal record
Competitor for Flag of Canada.svg Canada
Women's ice hockey
Olympic games
Gold 2002 Salt Lake City Tournament
Gold 2006 Torino Tournament
Gold 2010 Vancouver Tournament
IIHF World Women Championships
Gold 2004 Canada Tournament
Silver 2005 Sweden Tournament
Silver 2008 China Tournament

She competed for Canada’s Under 22 team from 1999 to 2001.[1]In 1999, she competed for Ontario in the Canada Winter Games. During the 2000–01 NWHL season, Cherie Piper played with the Beatrice Aeros and finished seventh in league scoring with 37 points. [2] Piper was a member of the Under-22 team in 2002 when she was named to the Olympic team for 2002 Salt Lake City Games ahead of veteran Nancy Drolet as part of a move to shake up a Canadian team that had lost eight consecutive games to the United States. It was a decision that shocked other members of the team.[3] She recorded a goal and an assist in her first game of the Olympics,[4] and finished the tournament with five points in five games in helping Canada win the gold medal.[5]

She played four seasons at Dartmouth College between 2002 and 2007, scoring 60 goals and 165 assists in 99 games for the Big Green.[6] She missed the end of the 2003–04 season to play with the Canadian national team at the 2004 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships where she won a gold medal.[5] Piper was named a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award in 2005. She led Dartmouth in scoring that season with 60 points.[6] She won a second Olympic gold medal in 2006 and her 15 points was second to Hayley Wickenheiser (17).[7]

A knee injury in her senior year at Dartmouth forced her off of the national team for over a year and caused her to miss the 2007 World Championships.[8] She rejoined the team in time for the 2008 tournament where she won her second silver medal.[5] She was cut from the 2009 team,[8] but gained a spot on the 2010 Olympic team, winning a third consecutive gold medal.[9]

Piperinaction

Cherie Piper in action as she tries not to crash in the opposition's net.

PersonalEdit

Piper was born June 29, 1981 in East York, Ontario, the third child of Alan and Christine Piper. She has two older brothers, Michael and Stephen, and followed her brothers in taking up the sport.[8] She graduated from Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute (Scarborough, Ontario). She majored in sociology at Dartmouth.[6]Her Middle School Was Henry Kelsey Senior Public School on Huntingwood And Brimley. Her elementary school was Alexmuir Junior Public School located on Brimley And Finch.

Career statsisticsEdit

InternationalEdit

Year Team Comp   GP G A Pts PIM
2002 Canada Oly 5 3 2 5 0
2004 Canada WC 5 1 6 7 4
2005 Canada WC 5 3 1 4 2
2006 Canada Oly 5 7 8 15 0
2008 Canada WC 5 2 6 8 0
Totals 25 16 23 39 6

DartmouthEdit

Year Games Played Goals Assists Points PIM
2002-03 26 17 15 32 59
2003-04 22 10 26 36 46
2004-05 28 23 37 60 50
2006-07 23 10 27 37 14
[10]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, 2005[11]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Canadian Gold 2010, Andrew Podnieks, p. 164, Fenn Publishing, Toronto, Canada, ISBN 978-1-55168-384-3
  2. http://www.canoe.ca/HockeyNWHL/topscorers.html
  3. Francis, Eric (2002-01-16). Sniper's release shocks players. Calgary Sun. Retrieved on 2010-01-25.
  4. Hunter, Paul. "Piper makes a stellar debut", Toronto Star, 2002-02-12, p. C02. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Cherie Piper profile. CTV. Retrieved on 2010-01-25.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Cherie Piper player profile. Dartmouth College. Retrieved on 2010-01-25.
  7. Podnieks, Andrew. Canada's Olympic Hockey History 1920–2010. Toronto: Fenn Publishing, 242. ISBN 1-55168-323-7. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Olympian Cherie Piper battles for her job on Canadian women's hockey team. Canadian Press (2009-08-31).
  9. Team Canada women’s hockey team roster unveiled in Calgary. Calgary Herald (2009-12-21). Retrieved on 2010-01-25.
  10. http://dartmouthsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=11600&ATCLID=648518
  11. http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/documents/pattykazmaier.asp
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