Two-time Olympic gold medallist Haley Irwin retires from national hockey team
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Haley Irwin has announced her retirement from the Canadian women's hockey team.
Irwin also represented Canada in five world championships winning one gold and four silver. She compiled 38 goals and 42 assists in 108 career games for the national team.A concussion followed by hip surgery sidelined Irwin for two years between 2014 and 2016.
"Haley was always driven to win and fiercely competitive, which is why she was so successful," said former teammate Gina Kingsbury, who now oversees national women's teams at Hockey Canada."Her ability to read the game was a large part of that success and will no doubt be with her as pursues a coaching career."
Irwin's last game was the 2018 Olympic final in Pyeongchang, South Korea, where Canada lost in overtime to the United States in the gold-medal game. Read more: CTV News »
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