There isn't much that Mallard's Brigette Lacquette hasn't achieved in her hockey career. She's played in the Olympics where she won a silver medal, she's won a Clarkson Cup Championship, and now she's an All-Star Captain.
Lacquette will be the Canadian Women's Hockey League Captain when the All-Star Game takes place on Sunday, January 20 in Toronto at Scotiabank Arena.
Lacquette took home 50% of the votes to secure the spot as Captain. So far this season, Brigette has racked up 15 points in 18 games for the Calgary Inferno.