Jenn Wakefield
Position Forward
Shoots Right
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
154 lb (70 kg)
Hockey East

Sweden Team
New Hampshire Wildcats (2008-09)
Boston University Terriers (2010-2012)
Toronto Furies (2012-13)
Canadian national team centralization (2013-14)
HC Linkoping (2014-)
Born June 15 1989 (1989-06-15) (age 28),
Pickering, Ontario
Pro Career 2007 – present
Medal record
Women's ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Canada.svg Canada
Women's 4 Nations Cup
Gold 2010 Canada Tournament
Silver 2011 Sweden Tournament
MLP Nations Cup
Gold 2008 Germany 2008 Tournament
Silver 2009 Germany 2009 Tournament
Gold 2010 Germany 2010 Tournament
IIHF World Women's Championships
Gold 2012 United States Tournament
Silver 2011 Switzerland Tournament
Competitor for Flag of Ontario Ontario
2007 Canada Winter Games - Ice Hockey
Gold 2007 Whitehorse, YT 2007 Tournament

Jennifer Wakefield (born June 15, 1989) played for the 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team. She was a substitute for the women's team that participated in ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics. During the 2012 CWHL Draft, she was drafted by the Toronto Furies.

Playing careerEdit

Junior yearsEdit

Jennifer Wakefield won a gold medal with Team Ontario at the 2007 Canada Winter Games. She led the tournament in scoring with twenty points (twelve goals and eight assists). In a game versus Newfoundland at the Canada Winter Games (March 5, 2007), Wakefield was on a line with Mallory Deluce and Rebecca Johnston. The three combined for 12 points in a 19-0 victory.[1] She won a silver medal at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association provincial championships in 2006 with the Durham Lightning. Wakefield played for Team Ontario Red at the 2005 National Women’s Under-18 Championship and was part of the gold medal winning team. [2]

Hockey CanadaEdit

After being cut from the Olympic team in December 2009, Wakefield played for the Canadian Under 22 team that participated in the MLP Cup in 2010. She scored a goal in the Gold Medal win over Switzerland that was played on January 9, 2010.[3]


University of New HampshireEdit

Her freshman year with the was in 2007-08. Wakefield finished second in New Hampshire scoring, but led all New Hampshire freshmen in scoring. As a sophomore, Wakefield led New Hampshire in scoring. In addition, Wakefield led the Wildcats with 13 power play goals, four shorthanded goals and nine game-winning goals.

Boston UniversityEdit

In January 2010, it was announced that Wakefield will play for the Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey program.[4]

  • December 7 and 10: In wins over Northeastern and Harvard, Wakefield recorded four points (2g,2a) in wins over Northeastern and Harvard. On December 7, Wakefield had one goal and two assists as the Terriers defeated the Huskies by a 3-0 mark. She recorded 13 shots on goal in the two games.
  • In December 2010, Wakefield recorded seven points in just three games. She was part of the Terriers earning back-to-back Hockey East shutouts with three points, including a power-play and game-winning goal, in a 4-0 win against the Connecticut Huskies. In a 3-0 triumph over Northeastern, Wakefield scored a goal (in which she launched a game-high 11 shots). In the month’s final game, Wakefield netted a goal and two assists as the Terriers defeated the Harvard Crimson for the first time in program history. [5]
  • On January 15 and 16, 2011, Wakefield recorded three goals and three assists in games against Boston College and Maine. In the win against Boston College, she had a four-point effort (2 goals, 2 assists) as she was part of all four points in a 4-0 win over the Eagles[6]
  • March 12, 2011: Wakefield scored two goals, including an empty net goal with twelve seconds left, as BU defeated Mercyhurst in the NCAA regional playoff.[7]
  • November 2, 2011: In a 4-1 defeat of rival Boston College, Jenn Wakefield scored her 100th career goal. With the accomplishment, she became the first Hockey East women’s player to reach the 100 goal mark. Wakefield scored 59 goals in two seasons at New Hampshire (59 goals) before transferring to Boston University, where she netted 41 goals to reach the milestone.[8]

Career statsEdit

Year Team Games played Goals Assists Points
2007-08 New Hampshire Wildcats 33 27 1946
2008-09 New Hampshire Wildcats 31 32 17 49


Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2008 Hockey East Rookie of the Year
  • 2008 Hockey East First All-Star Team
  • 2008 Hockey East All-Tournament Team
  • 2008 Hockey East All-Academic Team
  • Top-10 finalist for the 2009 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award[10]
  • Hockey East Player of the Month in December 2008
  • Hockey East Player of the Month in April 2009
  • Jenn Wakefield, 2011 Hockey East All-Tournament team [11]
  • Hockey East Player of the Month (Month of October 2011)[12]


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