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| 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
125 lb (57 kg)
Buffalo Beauts (2015-)
University of Maine Black Bears (2012-15)
Mercyhurst College Lakers (2011-12)
Mississauga Jr. Chiefs (2010-11)
Hamilton Jr. Hawks (2009-10)
Appleby College Blue Dogs (2008-10)
Oakville Hornets (2007-09; 2004-06)
Calgary Dinos (2006-07)
|Born|| May 5 1993,|
|Pro Career||2015 – present|
| Women's ice hockey
| Competitor for Canada
| IIHF U18 Womens World Championship
|Silver||2011 Stockholm, Sweden|| 2011 Tournament
| Competitor for Ontario
| 2011 Canada Winter Games - Ice Hockey
|Silver||2011 Halifax, N.S.|| 2011 Tournament
After 10 games, Browne is currently 7th in NWHL league scoring. The highlight of 2015 for Browne is a 4 point performance (1G, 3A) against USA Olympian Hilary Knight and her Boston Pride team at Harvard University in November 2015. The starting line featuring Browne at left wing accumulated 13 points in that game.
The highlight so far in 2016 is a 2 goal and 1 assist performance (2G, 1A) against the same Boston Pride on January 3rd; leading to a 4-3 overtime win for the Beauts*. 
Internationally, Browne competed for Canada in the 2011 IIHF World Women's Under 18 Championship in Stockholm, Sweden and won a silver medal.
Browne also competed for Ontario in the 2011 Canada Winter Games (women's) tournament and won a silver medal.
Browne's club team, the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs (PWHL), won the 2011 OWHA Provincial Gold Medal. Browne was the PWHL co-leader in power play assists.
She played for the Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey team in 2011-12. She completed her NCAA career with the University of Maine Black Bears.
NCAA Division 1Edit
Browne committed early to join Mercyhurst College Lakers of the College Hockey America conference for the 2011-12 season; receiving the Egan Scholarship from that school.  Browne played her freshman year with the Lakers, won a CHA Rookie Award and competed in the NCAA Elite 8.
Browne played three seasons with the University of Maine Black Bears. In her senior year, Browne lead the Black Bears in scoring and plus/minus. The Black Bears earned a home playoff game in Hockey East for the first time in program history. Browne is a two-time Hockey East All-Academic Team member.
Browne's first invitation to a Hockey Canada Camp was December 17-19, 2010 for the World Women's U18 Championship Selection Camp in Toronto, Ontario. She was selected to the World U18 roster and off to Stockholm, Sweden for the World U18 Championships days later. On December 30, 2010, Browne recorded her first point in International play during a 4-2 victory over AIK Bantam (Swedish Boys Elite League). Team Canada U18 went 3-0 in the preliminary round; beating Finland in the semi-finals; and settling for the silver medal against Team USA.
|2010||IIHF Under 18 Worlds Selection Camp||Team White||2||1||1||4|
|2011||IIHF Under 18 Worlds Exhibtion against AIK Bantam (Sweden-Boys)||Canada||1||1||1|
|2011||IIHF Under 18 Worlds||Canada||5|
OWHA (Team Ontario)Edit
Browne's first invitation to Team Ontario came in October 2010. The Ontario Women's Hockey Association sent this team to the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Hailfax, Nova Scotia, in February 2011. Team Ontario was awarded the silver medal for women's hockey and won the overall flag points championship for the Games themselves.
|2011||Canada Winter Games||Ontario||5||1||2||3||8|
Browne's rookie season in the (Ontario) Provincial Women's Hockey League saw her appointed Alternate Captain and she was the Hamilton Jr. Hawks' leading scorer. In her second year, Browne helped the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs to the PWHL Regular Season Championship and the 2011 OWHA Provincial Championship Gold Medal. She was the PWHL regular season co-leader in power play assists with 9 and tallied 22 goals and 26 assists for a total of 48 points in 51 games with the Chiefs.
|2010-11||Mississauga Jr. Chiefs||51||22||26||48||78|
- ↑ http://nwhl.co/browne-and-sass-head-to-buffalo/
- ↑ http://www.todaysslapshot.com/nwhl/beauts-special-teams-comes-life-win/
- ↑ http://pwhl3.stats.pointstreak.com/playerpage.html?playerid=3065698&seasonid=6882
- ↑ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/75136/la_id/1/player_id/153951/profile_id/153957/season_id/151723/ss_id/74005/
- ↑ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/156438/la_id/1.htm
Profiles and ArticlesEdit
"Teen aiming high, both on and off the ice. Hailey Browne's goals include Olympic gold and being an NHL GM" http://www.insidehalton.com/community/oakvillebeaver/article/918428
"Browne set to help Canada defend World Championship" http://www.insidehalton.com/community/oakvillebeaver/article/922470
"Browne, Canada settle for U18 silver" http://www.insidehalton.com/community/oakvillebeaver/article/931198
"Browne signs pro contract with NWHL's Buffalo Beauts" http://nwhl.co/browne-and-sass-head-to-buffalo/
"Oakville's Browne signs pro hockey contract with NWHL's Buffalo Beauts" http://www.insidehalton.com/sports-story/5788486-oakville-s-browne-signs-pro-hockey-contract-with-nwhl-s-buffalo-beauts/
"Hailey Browne Becomes Unique Part of Professional Women's Hockey History" http://www.womenshockeylife.com/blogs_view_dsp.cfm?BlogId=1725&CatId=3
"Beauts Special Teams Come to Life in Win"