Audrey Cournoyer
Position Forward
5 ft 3 in (1.6 m)
WCHA Team Minnesota-Duluth
Born September 10 1990 (1990-09-10) (age 29),
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Pro Career 1989 – present

Medal record
Women's ice hockey

Competitor for Flag of Canada.svg Canada

IIHF U18 Women’s World Championships

Silver 2008 Canada 2008 Tournament

Audrey Cournoyer (born September 10, 1990 in Montreal, Quebec) is a women’s ice hockey player for the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs of the WCHA. Prior to joining the Bulldogs, Cournoyer also competed for the Avalanche du Quebec in the NWHL.

Playing careerEdit

Cournoyer played her midget hockey with Jeunes Sportifs Hochelaga. In 2003, Cournoyer was part of the team that took first place at the Jeux du Québec. Two years later, she competed at the 2005 Jeux du Québec and was part of the third place team. [1]

In 2006, she won a national championship with Team Quebec. At the 2007 Canada Winter Games, she won a bronze medal. At the 2008 Under 18 National Championships, she was named the MVP after topping all scorers for silver medalist Team Quebec at the 2008 National Championships. In the same year, she won a silver medal with Team Canada at the IIHF U18 World Championships. In addition, Cournoyer participated for Dawson College during the 2008-09 season. As a 16 year old, she played with l’Avalanche du Québec of the NWHL.[2]


In the 2009-2010 season, Cournoyer played in all 41 games. For the season, she registered 27 points (nine goals and 18 assists). Nine of her goals were scored on the power play. Cournoyer accumulated four assists against St. Cloud State in two games (Nov. 6-7, 2009). Against North Dakota (on January 30), she reached a personal best of two goals.


  • First Game: October 2, 2009 vs. Robert Morris

  • First Goal: October 10, 2009 vs. St. Cloud State

  • First Assist: October 11, 2009 vs. St. Cloud State

  • Most Goals in a Game: 2 (vs. North Dakota on Jan. 30, 2010)

  • Most Assists in a Game: 3 (vs. St. Cloud State on Nov. 7, 2009)

  • Most Points in a Game: 3 (vs. St. Cloud State on Nov. 7, 2009)

  • Highest Plus/Minus Rating in a Game: +4 (vs. St. Cloud State on Nov. 7, 2009)

  • Longest Scoring Streak: 6 Games (Nov. 14, 2009-Dec. 4, 2009)

Career statsEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

Event Games Played Goals Assists Points PIM

2007 National U18 587152

2008 IIHF U18 Worlds 52350



Season Games Played Goals Assists Points PIM

2009-10 41 91827

Awards and honorsEdit

  • MVP, 2008 Under 18 National Championships

  • NCAA Champion - 2010

  • WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of November 9)[4]


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