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Katie King

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    The Short List

    • Three-time U.S. Olympian in ice hockey (1998, 2002, 2006)
    • Earned a gold ('98), silver ('02), and bronze medal ('06)
    • Scored a hat trick in the 4-0 win over Finland in 2006 to clinch the bronze medal
    • Six-time member of the U.S. World Championship team (1997, 1999, 2000 and 2001, 2004, 2006)

    Did You Know?

    • Tied with three other players for Team USA's overall scoring lead at the '98 Olympics, scoring in five of the six games including a hat trick against Japan
    • 3rd overall in scoring on the 2000-01 U.S. Women's National Team with 57 points (29-28) in 39 games
    • After only a week of youth instructional hockey, King joined her brother's youth hockey team after one of his teammates was injured. She continued playing for boy's team until age 14
    • King was the star athlete at Salem High School. As a softball pitcher, she compiled a 44-0 record and had six perfect games while leading Salem to four Class L state titles. King was also captain of the school's field hockey and girls' basketball
    • Graduated from Brown University in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in organizational management. King played softball and hockey at Brown

    It's Every Day
    Coaching may be in King's future. She runs the Katie King Girls Olympic Camp once a year. She also partnered with Olympic teammate Tricia Dunn to co-author a book called "Gold Medal Ice Hockey for Women and Girls" shortly after the '98 Olympics. The book shares their stories and offers expert advice, tips and motivation to female players.

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    Tips: Scoring Tips on a 2-on-1

    About the Team USA gold medal win over Canada in the 1998 Olympics: "After these Olympics, I hope the sport grows times a million. Anyone who watched the (gold medal) game, they're going to want to watch more women's hockey."

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