Nicole Hensley is an American ice hockey player who is a member of the Professional Women's Hockey Player' Association. Earlier, she played for the Buffalo Beauts and finished her collegiate career playing for the Lindenwood Lady Lions ice hockey team of the NCAA.
Littleton, Colorado native, Nicole Hensley was born on 23rd January 1994, under the star sign Cancer. She holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. The twenty-seven years old stands 5 ft 6 in (168 cm) tall and weighs 165 lb (75 kg; 11 st 11 lb).
Professional since 2012, Nicole Hensley has played for the various leagues before signing to Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association. There is no information available regarding her salary in this league cause PWHPA is a nonprofit team focused on advocating for the promotion of professional women's ice hockey.
Earlier, she played almost two years in the NWHL where her annual salary was no less than the five-digit figure.
Additionally, she is the team member of USA Hockey which pays its athlete a $24,000 annual base salary and an extra $7,500 if they kiss the gold medal at the world championship games. For Olympic game years, USA Hockey awards its athletes $74,000 to $90,000 if they take home silver or gold.
As of 2022, Nicole Hensley's net worth is under review.
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Nicole Hensley is into her rising ice hockey career rather than being in the center of attraction for some other reasons. She has totally zipped her lips when it comes to her boyfriend/relationship.
A social butterfly she is regular on Ig with her 8,685 followers fam. She often posts her friends, vacations, and whatnot.
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Began her Ice hockey career in 2012. She was the goaltender for the United States women's national ice hockey team at the 2016 IIHF Women's World Championship in Kamloops, British Columbia.
The following season, she played against Canada in the preliminary rounds then reached the quarterfinal against Germany, and further, the team went in a 3–2 OT win against Canada for the championship.
At the 2018 Olympics, Hensley won the gold medal with the United States.
Further, she was named to Team USA's team for the second half of the rivalry series between Team USA and Team Canada in 2019–2020.
On 12th June 2018, she signed to the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL). On 7th October 2018, she earned a shutout win over Finnish Olympian Meeri Raisanen of the Connecticut Whale in a 4–0 final in Hensley's debut for the Beauts. Hensley won the Chipwich Fastest Goalie competition in the 2019 NWHL All-Star Weekend.
Hensley was named one of three goaltenders for the PWHPA Dream Gap tour stop in Tokyo, Japan.
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