In H.E.A.R.T., Cassie Campbell provides a very intimate and detailed look at what it takes to succeed, in life and in hockey. In her first biography aimed primarily at the YA audience, Cassie recounts real life experiences, revealing her struggles, her determination, and courage to succeed. Told through candid and encouraging words, and fully illustrated throughout with numerous photos from the authors personal collection, H.E.A.R.T. provides all fans of the game with a glimpse of what it takes to succeed in the fastest game in the world.
Cassie Campbell is the only Canadian hockey player, male or female, to captain two Canadian teams to Olympic gold medals. In 157 career international games with Canadas National Womens Team, Campbell amassed 100 points, including 32 goals and 68 assists.
Since being named captain on November 27, 2001, Campbell has worn the C for Canada in all fifty international games in which she has dressed. With Campbell as its team captain, Canadas National Womens Team captured two Olympic gold medals, one World Championship gold medal, one World Championship silver medal, and one Four Nations Cup.
Campbell has been with Canadas National Womens Team since the 1993-94 season, making her first international appearance at the 1994 World Womens Championship. Over the course of her career, the native of Brampton, Ontario has captured a total of 17 gold medals and 20 medals in international competition, including: two Olympic gold medals (2002, 2006), one Olympic silver medal (1998), six World Championship gold medals (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004) and one World Championship silver medal (2005).