Cassie Campbell-Pascall

Three-time Olympic medalist, seven-time World Championship medalist.

Cassie's health tip

Get outside. Our family likes to go for bike rides. We also play in the backyard and often cycle to parks that are a little farther away from our house. In the winter we like to ski and find ways to get out there and enjoy other activities in the snow. Going outside is very much a part of a daily routine with our family.

Cassie Campbell won 21 medals with Canada’s National Women’s teams, including 17 gold medals and four silver medals.

Hockey Background

  • Only captain, male or female, to lead Canada to two Olympic Gold Medals
  • 2 Olympic Gold Medals (2002-Salt Lake, 2006- Turin)
  • 1 Olympic Silver (1998-Nagano)
  • 6 x World Champion (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004)
  • 1 x Silver medalist at Worlds (2005)
  • Asst. Captain of Canada’s National women’s team from 1997-2001 – given a letter in her second World Championship
  • Has won 21 medals in International play for Canada (17 gold, 4 silver)
  • 1997 All- Star in the World Championship
  • Only player to win the Esso Women’s National Championship and the NWHL Championship in back to back years
  • Played with the Calgary Oval X-Treme winning the inaugural WWHL cup in 2005 (captain)
  • Gold Medals with Team Alberta (2003/2001) and gold with Toronto Aeros in 2000
  • Named Top Forward at the 2000 Esso Nationals
  • Captain of the University of Guelph Gryphons and won the OWIAA University Championship in 1995 – First team all-star in 1995, 1996


  • Daughter of Donald and Eunice – has two brothers Jeff and Rick
  • Mother Eunice played nine professional football games in 1969
  • Married to Brad Pascall – Assistant General Manager for the Calgary Flames
  • Honor Sociology degree from the University of Guelph
  • Ran an Annual Street Hockey Tournament in Calgary for Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta that raised over 3.5 million dollars
  • Proud Supporter of CARE Canada
  • Has worked for the Rogers Sportsnet, Flames TV, Fan 960 in Calgary, NHL Network, CBC
  • First woman to do color on Hockey Night in Canada on Oct. 14/2006 Leafs vs. Flames
  • Currently works for TSN and CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada
  • Worked with Peter Mansbridge for CBC on the 2010 bid announcement
  • Does all the female Hockey Canada coverage for TSN
  • Along with Hall of Famers Bobby Orr and Mike Bossy, Cassie participated in Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey for 16 years
  • Employed by McDonald’s Canada
  • Helped start the Scotiabank Girls Hockeyfest
  • March 14th is Cassie Campbell Day on Prince Edward Island
  • Joined Peter Mansbridge live on CBC for the Vancouver 2010 announcement
  • The Cassie Campbell Community centre in her hometown of Brampton, Ont – 165,000 sq. ft. sporting complex – opened on Sept. 12/2008
  • Named the Toronto Sun Sportsperson of the year for 2006
  • Wrote a book – Children’s book titled HEART
  • Board Member of CODA (Calgary Olympic Development Association)
  • Named one of Canada’s top 20 Most Influential Women in 2006
  • Inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 2007
  • Oct. 25/2007 – Inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame – first female hockey player inducted
  • Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from University of British Columbia
  • Inducted into the University of Guelph Sports Hall of Fame
  • TSN – first live hockey broadcast from China with Dave Randorf at the 2008 women’s world hockey championship
  • Board Member of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame
  • Canadian Olympic Committee Executive Member of the Athlete Council
  • Inducted into the Canada Games Hall of Honor in 2009
  • First women and player to receive Order of Hockey in Canada alongside Gordie Howe, Wayne Gretzky, Jean Beliveau and Gord Renwick
  • Received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee from Prime Minister Harper – the highest honor from government
  • First woman to be an analyst on a gold medal game – did so in Sochi for Men’s gold medal game on radio.
  • Broadcast 2 Olympics – 2010 and 2014 in hockey