Winter Games Athletes
Back after helping the U.S. win a silver medal at the 2010 Vancouver Games, Stack remains one of the top forwards for the national team. She recorded three goals and five assists in five games in Vancouver, including one with three assists during a 13-0 rout of Russia. Through the first six games of the 2013-14 Olympic warm-up, Stack has two goals and five assists. She recorded four goals and three assists in four games to lead all scorers at the 2013 Four Nations Cup. In 79 games since she debuted for the U.S. program on the Under-22 team in 2007, Stack has totaled 36 goals and 49 assists. She enjoyed a stellar career at Boston College, breaking the school's all-time points record when she recorded her 199th on Feb. 8, 2011. That came a little more than a week after scored her 65th career goal to become the all-time leading scorer in the history of the Hockey East Conference. As a senior, she was the first-ever Boston College player to be named a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the top collegiate hockey player in the nation. Stack played the last two seasons for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women's Hockey League. She fine-tuned her skills while playing for the renowned Honeybaked youth hockey program in Michigan, which also produced the likes of current NHL and U.S. men's Olympic stars Patrick Kane and Ryan Kesler.