Top 10 Best Looking Female Hockey Players 2020
10. Amanda Kessel
Amanda Kessel is an American professional ice hockey player with the National Women’s Hockey League Metropolitan Riveters. She was also a member of the U.S. national women’s ice hockey team. She has played four seasons for the women’s ice hockey team for Minnesota Golden Gophers (2010–2011 through 2012–13, and 2015–16).
She played in the Madison Capitols Bantam boys team in 2005–06 before high school, and helped the team make state and national championships. Kessel attended minnesota’s Shattuck St. Mary’s. The team’s 2007 edition captured the National U-19 championship while Kessel scored 102 points in 56 games. Kessel recorded 44 goals in her junior year, and 56 assists for 100 points (1.29 goals per game and 1.65 assists per game). In just 34 games, she reached the 100-point mark and captured her second consecutive National U-19 championship.
9. Halli Krzyzaniak
Halli Krzyzaniak is a Canadian female ice hockey player who has played for the Under 18 Canadian National Women’s team. She made her debut in the 2014 4 Nations Cup with Canadian women’s national ice hockey team.
Halli relocated to Kelowna B.C. At the age of 13 to attend Hockey Academy in Search in Excellence. She led Team Manitoba in a women’s ice hockey competition at the 2011 Canada Winter Games. From July 4–12, she traveled to Bratislava, Slovakia to take part in the 2011 IIHF High Performance Women’s Camp. She was a member of the Canadian National Under 18 team that participated in a three-game series vs. during the 2011–12 Canada women’s national ice hockey team season.
8. Susanna Tapani
Susanna Tapani is a Finnish ice hockey player who is currently playing for the SDHL’s Linköpings HC and the Finnish national ice hockey team and the Finnish national ringette team.She has played in the 2015 IIHF World Championship for Women. Tapani has also played in the 2013–2014 season for the University of North Dakota Women’s Hockey Team.
In the 2014 Winter Olympics Tapani was named for the Finnish women’s national ice hockey team. She played one goal in all six games, and added four assists.
Tapani has also played at three IIHF Women’s World Championships for Finland as of 2014. Her first appearance was in 2011, where she was awarded a bronze medal.
7. Viona Harrer
Viona Harrer is a German ice hockey goaltender who has played for the previously all-male Team Tölzer Löwen and the national ice hockey team of women from Germany. Harrer was named top goaltender of the tournament at a 2009 Women’s Four Nations Tournament held in Slovakia.
Harrer began her career as goalie for ice hockey at SB Rosenheim at age 5. She later played with TEV Miesbach and was regular goalkeeper with the ESC Planegg in the Ladies-Bundesliga, before going to play in the DNL (Rookie)-Team of Tölzer Löwen (Lions of Bad Tölz) for her grandparents in Reichersbeuern ahead of the 2003/04 season. In season 2007/08 she became the first woman ever to compete in the German competitive Eishockeyoberliga in the colors of the Tölzer Profimannschaft.
6. Emerance Maschmeyer
Emerance Maschmeyer is a Canadian ice hockey player for the Canadian women’s national ice hockey team and Les Canadiennes de Montréal. She made her debut at the 2014 4 Nations Cup with Canadian women’s national ice hockey team. Maschmeyer became the second female goalie to play in the Edmonton Brick Tournament. A meeting was set up for her to meet Shannon Szabados at the tournament and the two have remained in touch since then. She played against her brother Brock, who played for the Oil Barons in Fort McMurray, and stopped him in a shoot-out. In the 2010–11 season Maschmeyer played two exhibition games with the AJHL’s Lloydminster Bobcats.
5. Tanja Eisenschmid
Tanja Eisenschmid is a German women’s ice hockey player who plays for the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) Minnesota Whitecaps and the German women’s national ice hockey team.
Between 2012 to 2016 she attended North Dakota University, playing for their women’s hockey team. She subsequently joined independent Minnesota Whitecaps beginning in season 2016–17. She remained with the Whitecaps through the 2018–19 season as the team joined the elite National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL).
4. Hilary Knight
Hilary Atwood Knight is an American ice hockey player with the PWHPA and the U.S. National Women’s ice hockey team She has previously played for the CWHL’s Les Canadiennes de Montreal and the NWHL’s Boston Pride, in whom she won the inaugural Isobel Cup.
Knight played for the women’s ice hockey program at Wisconsin Badgers, as well as the Choate Rosemary Hall. Knight helped the team place second in the NCAA championships during her first year at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She led her team in points the following year, as the Badgers went on to win the National Championship.
3. Angelina Goncharenko
In the 2014 Winter Olympics Goncharenko was picked for the Russian women’s national ice hockey team. She played in all six games and didn’t record a point.
Goncharenko has already played in two IIHF Women’s World Championships for Russia as of 2014. Her first gig came in 2012. As a part of the team she won a bronze medal in 2013.
Goncharenko has made three appearances at the IIHF World Women’s U18 Championships for Russia’s National Women’s Under-18 ice hockey team, with the first in 2010.
2. Meeri Raisanen
Meeri Räisänen is a Finnish ice hockey goaltender who plays with the Swedish Women’s Hockey League (SDHL) Finnish National Team and AIK. Räisänen was selected for the Finnish women’s national ice hockey team at the 2014 Winter Olympics. She dressed but did not play in all six games.
Räisänen has also appeared on two IIHF Women’s World Championships for Finland as of 2014. Her first gig came in 2012.
1. Anna Prugova
Anna Aleksandrovna Prugova is an ice hockey player who competes for the National ice hockey team of HC Agidel Ufa and the Russian women.
She represented Russia in women’s ice hockey at 2010 Winter Olympics. Prugova became the youngest person to play in ice hockey during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Her age was 16, and she was 86.