Cassie Campbell-Pascall

Three-time Olympic medallist and seasoned TV analyst Cassie Campbell-Pascall draws on her extensive experience and passion for the sport in her role as ice hockey analyst for CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. Campbell-Pascall won 21 medals with Canada’s National Women’s teams, including 17 gold medals and four silver medals, and is the only captain, male or female, to lead Canada to two Olympic gold medals (Salt Lake City 2002 and Turin 2006), preceded by a silver medal at the Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998. 

Campbell-Pascall is a household name in women’s hockey, and a role model to aspiring players. She is a six-time World Champion gold medallist, in addition to winning one silver medal. She was captain of Canada’s National Women’s Team from 2001 to her retirement in 2006, making her the longest-serving captain in Canadian hockey history. 

This is Campbell-Pascall’s third Olympic Games as a broadcaster. She is a trailblazer for women covering the sport, as she was the first woman to do colour-commentating on Hockey Night in Canada, where she currently works as a TV analyst. 

Follow Cassie Campbell-Pascall on Twitter: @CassieCampbell

Cassie Campbell-Pascall

Role

Analyst | Ice Hockey

Cassie Campbell-Pascall

Role

Analyst | Ice Hockey