Martine Garland is a former member of the Canadian national women’s hockey team. Her only appearance with the Canadian senior team came in a gold medal effort at the 2007 Four Nations Cup. From 2003-08, she was also a defender with the New Hampshire Wildcats women's ice hockey program.

Playing careerEdit


Competing for head coach Brian McCloskey at UNH, she served as team captain in her junior season. During her junior season, her 23 assists tied for the team lead while her scoring average of 0.94 points per game ranked tenth in the NCAA in defenseman scoring. In addition, she was a Top 10 finalist for the 2007 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Memorial Award, making her the seventh top 10 finalist in program history.

Hockey CanadaEdit

From 2003-06, Garland suited up for the Canadian Under-22 national women’s team. In 2007, she would earn a spot on the national senior team, earning a gold medal at the 2007 Four Nations Cup. During the round robin, she would score a goal against Finland.


In the 2010 CWHL Draft, Garland was selected by the Toronto Furies.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2006 RBK Hockey All-America First Team selection
  • Top 10 finalist for the 2007 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Memorial Award

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