HARBIN, China — Jennifer Botterill reached her second career milestone in as many games with the Canadian women's hockey team in Canada's 11-0 win over China on Sunday at the world championship.
The 28-year-old from Winnipeg scored two goals and added two assists to surge past the 150-point mark just two days after appearing in her 150th game for the national team.
Botterill has played for Canada for a decade and in three Olympic Games and six world championships during that span.
Only three other players in the history of the national team - Hayley Wickenheiser, Danielle Goyette and Jayna Hefford - have reached both the 150-game and 150-point benchmark.
"That's such a credit to the people I play with," Botterill said. "I had a lot of fun playing tonight with Jayna and Caroline (Ouellette) and I think we've been fortunate enough to play together over the last few years.