WOMEN'S HOCKEY - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

HEIGHT & WEIGHT: 5'6 / 147

DATE OF BIRTH:  July 3, 1989 (28)

HOMETOWN & RESIDENCE: Grand Forks, ND / Wesley Palmer, FL (Olympic Residency Year 2017-18)

POSITION & #: Defense (played Forward from 2009-2014) / #7 

# OF YEARS ON THE US NATIONAL TEAM:  Since 2008 (7) // Assistant Captain 2015-17

FAMILY:  

  • Linda and Jean Pierre - Mom and Dad  
  • Brothers - Jean Phillippe, Jacques, Pierre-Paul and Mario   
  • Husband - Anthony Morando (married in May 2016)

OLYMPIC MEDALS:

  • Sochi 2014 (SILVER)  
  • Vancouver 2010 (SILVER)

IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALS:

  • 6 GOLD (2017, 2016, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2009) 
  • 1 SILVER (2012)

FOUR NATIONS CUP MEDALS:

  • 5 GOLD (2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2008) 
  • 2 SILVER (2014, 2010) 
  • BRONZE (2013)

US NATIONAL TEAM GAMES PLAYED:

  • 118 (as of the ending of the 2017 IIHF Women's World Championship)
  • Played in her 100th game at the 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship

PRO EXPERIENCE:

  • Minnesota Whitecaps (2015-16, 2016-17) independent team
  • Boston Blades (2014-15) Canadian Women's Hockey League

PRO CHAMPIONSHIP:  

  • Clarkson Cup Championship 2015 (Boston Blades)

EDUCATION:

  • University of North Dakota, B.A. Exercise Science 2012 and M.A. Kinesiology (August 2015)

EQUIPMENT USED IN COMPETITION:  

  • CCM Hockey

SOCIAL MEDIA:  

ENDORSEMENTS:

  • CCM Hockey
  • Insureon
  • TBA - Communications Company

CHARITABLE GIVING:  

  • Monique and Jocelyne with Snider Hockey are bringing 10 underserved girls to Boston for the October 25 game vs Canada to give them the experience of meeting Team USA, coming to the locker room and seeing what they can become.  If you cannot see it, you cannot be it
  • Lamoureux Hockey donates camp positions to multiple charitable events each year
  • Monique and Jocelyne made a $5,000 CCM Hockey product donation to the Ed Snider Hockey Foundation in Philadelphia in February 2016 during the "Hockey is for Everyone" weekend.
  • Monique and Jocelyne made a $5,000 CCM Hockey product donation to the Ed Snider Hockey Foundation in Philadelphia in March 2017 and put on a clinic in the community to inner-city high-risk boys and girls

USOC TEAM OF THE YEAR / MONTH HONORS:  

  • 2017 Team USA Awards nominee - Female Olympic Team of the Year (Ice Hockey)
  • April 2017 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of the month)
  • November 2016 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of the month)
  • April 2016 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of month)
  • April 2015 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of month)

OLYMPIC NOTES:  USA record for assists in a game with 4 at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  She was the only player in at the medal round game to have a hat trick in 2010.  At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, she had 3 goals in 5 games.

IIHF WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP NOTES:

  • 2016 - Media All Star Team (Defense)  
  • 2015 - Media All Star Team (Defense)
  • 2012 - Media All Star Team (Forward)

AWARDS:

  • 2016 - Bob Allen USA Hockey Women's Player of the Year
  • 2015 - Best Defenseman, Four Nations Cup
  • Three-Time All American 2012-13 (First Team) at North Dakota, 2011-12 (Second Team) at North Dakota, 2008-09 (Second Team) at Minnesota

NATIONAL SERVICE:  

  • Special Olympics Massachusetts in the lead up to the 2014 Winter Olympics

NOTES:

  • Commentated at the 2015 IIHF U-18 Women's World Championship for USAHockey.com