Meet Cammi Granato. She is a retired American Ice Hockey player. Read Cammi Granato’s biography after the jump with video.
Cammi Granato is a gold medalist and former captain of the U.S. women’s hockey team. Granato also founded the charity Golden Dreams for Children Foundation. Read Cammi’s biography after the jump and see photos of Granato here.
As a biography Cammi Granato, full name Catherine Michelle Granato hails from Illinois. She is 38 years old. Granato is an American ice hockey player who graduated from Providence College. Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
In 1996 she was named USA Women’s Player of the Year. By 1998 Cammi Granato was captian of the U.S. women’s hockey team. The same year Cammi and the team went to the 1998 Winter Olympics where they won a gold medal.
In 2008 she was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Hall of fame and the U.S. Hockey Hall of fame. She is married, to a hockey player as well, Ray Ferraro. They live in Vancouver with their son Riley.
More photos and a video of Cammi Granato are below.