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Tessa Bonhomme

Former Toronto Furies Defender

Canadian National Women’s Hockey Team

Meet Tessa

Bonhomme attended Ohio State University and played for the women’s hockey team throughout her time in college. She competed for team Canada and assisted in securing an Olympic Gold Medal in Women's hockey at the 2010 games in Vancouver. In the 2010 CWHL Draft, Bonhomme was the first overall selection. She appeared with the Toronto Furies in the championship game of the 2011 Clarkson Cup, and would help the club win the 2014 Clarkson Cup. With the Cup victory, she became the twelfth woman in hockey history to win IIHF World Gold, Olympic Gold and the Clarkson Cup.

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Every time you fall down and you get picked back up you learn something, either about yourself or from the situation.
— Tessa Bonhomme

Where Is She Now?

Bonhomme won Battle of the Blades in Fall 2011. She then made her debut as a reporter the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. She is now a reporter and anchor for TSN’s SportsCentre.