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Hornets Welcome Brianne Jenner to the club!
The Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association are delighted to announce that Brianne Jenner is our new Director of Coaching and Player Development.  

Brianne needs no introduction to fans of girl's hockey.  She was born in Oakville, played minor hockey in St. Catharines, Stoney Creek and at Appleby.  She has several Olympic medals, played for Canada in 6 world championships, 8 Four Nation tournaments, and recently scored the game winning goal in the 2022 IIHF world championship.  She attended Cornell University where she claimed 2 ECAC Player of the Year awards, two First Team All American Honours and was the Ivy League nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award.  She is currently an assistant captain on the Canadian Olympic hockey team and board member of the PWHPA.  Brianne's background and full list of accomplishments can be found on her website: www.briannejenner.com  

 

As Brianne’s hockey career as an elite hockey player will continue with both the PWHPA and Canada’s National Team, the Hornets are thrilled to have Brianne on our team as well. 

 

As Director of Coaching and Player Development, Brianne will bring her wealth of experience at every level of hockey to helping our players and coaches achieve the next level in their development.  It is also our hope that Brianne will bring a fresh perspective to how the Hornets might improve throughout the organization.  Brianne will also be putting on her skates regularly for on-ice sessions throughout the organization as well as offering seminars on how to improve our players' game and pursue their hockey aspirations.  

 

Please welcome Brianne as you see her around our rinks this season!

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