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The top rookie for McGill’s women’s hockey team in 1999, Kim St-Pierre became the first woman in CIS history to win a men’s regular season game when she tended goal for McGill’s men’s team, and defeated Ryerson University by a score of 5-2 on November 15th, 2003. On the International stage, St-Pierre has won 3 Olympic Gold Medals (2002, 2006, 2010), 5 Gold and 4 Silver at the World Championship and won a Gold Medal at the 2010 Four Nations Cup. In International competition, St-Pierre holds numerous records. These include most shutouts (15), most wins (24) and bests goals against average (0.84). In addition, St-Pierre won the Clarkson Cup (CWHL Championship) with the Montreal Stars in 2009. By winning the Clarkson Cup, St-Pierre became 1 of only 3 women to win the Clarkson Cup, Olympic Gold Medal and a Gold Medal at the World Championship. In October 2008, St-Pierre became the 3rd woman to ever take part in an NHL practice, when she practiced with the Montreal Canadiens when Carey Price came down with the flu.