Brittany Howard

Brittany Howard
As a little girl, Brittany Howard dreamed of donning the Team Canada jersey and skating for her country.

At 23 years old, Howard got the opportunity to live out her dreams when she got the call from Team Canada and was selected to represent her country at the 2019 Rivalry Series against Team USA. The first stop of the three-game series? A 30 minute drive from her hometown of St. Thomas, Ontario in London, Ontario. The ultimate dream come true.

Brittany Howard’s NCAA DI career helped put her on Team Canada’s radar when she graduated from Robert Morris University as the all-time leading points scorer with 181 points in 138 games. Prior to heading to Pennsylvania to attend RMU, Howard was a multi-sport athlete, skating for the London Devilettes in Ontario’s Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) while also being named MVP on the court with her school’s basketball team.

After her collegiate career, Howard returned home to Ontario to attend teachers college at York University and played one season with the Toronto Furies before the Canadian Women’s Hockey League folded. Now skating with the Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHPA), Howard not only has her sights set on more opportunities to wear a Team Canada jersey but is also helping to create a better future for women’s hockey.

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