Alex Carpenter is an American ice hockey player, currently serving as captain of the KRS Vanke Rays in the Zhenskaya Hockey League (ZhHL).
The first player drafted into the National Women’s Hockey League in 2015, she won a silver medal with the 2014 United States Olympic team, won the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Award, and was named ZhHL MVP in 2020.
Carpenter competed for Team USA under-18 in an Under-18 three-game exhibition series against Canada’s best in Calgary, Alberta. She helped the US team win the 2009 Czech Challenge Cup in Prague.
Alex Carpenter Age, Family, Early Life
Alex birth date and birthplace are 13 April 1994 in North Reading, Massachusetts, the U.S. Her age is 27 now. By profession, Alex Carpenter is a multi-talented superstar athlete. She is an American professional women’s ice hockey player. She plays as a Forward and captain in the KRS Vanke Rays in the Zhenskaya Hockey League (ZhHL).
Her father’s name and her mother’s names are Bobby Carpenter and Julie Carpenter. She has two siblings named Brendan Carpenter and Robert Carpenter.
Alex Carpenter Net worth, how much did she earn?
Her estimated Net Worth as of 2022 is $1 Million(approx) from her career.
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Alex Carpenter boyfriend, What about her relationship?
Alex Carpenter is currently happily engaged to Steph Klein, which was mentioned on both of theirs Instagram. Unfortunately, the couple has not yet revealed much information about their relationship to the public, so no authentic information was obtained.
Nonetheless, Alex is serious about her relationship as the athlete has included the word “forever” in her caption.
Alex Carpenter Career,what is his profession?
On July 22, 2010, she committed to joining the Boston College Eagles women’s ice hockey program in the fall of 2012. Alex recorded her 100th career point against UConn on Feb 17 of her sophomore season with Boston College (BC). During her junior season (2014–15) at Boston College, Carpenter was the recipient of the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Award. She was the first player in the history of the Boston College Eagles program, and the first player from the Hockey East conference to claim the award.
In 2013, she made the women’s senior team and participated in the 2013 IIHF Women’s World Championship, and remained on Team USA for every following season, including the 2014 Olympics. Carpenter scored the game-winning overtime goal to lead the United States to a 1–0 win over Canada at the 2016 Women’s World Championship.
She was one of the final cuts from the 2018 Olympic team but was brought back for the 2019 World Championship. As of 2020, Carpenter has participated in five IIHF World Championships with the United States’ senior team, claiming gold at all five tournaments. On January 2, 2022, Carpenter was named to Team USA’s roster to represent the United States at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Carpenter was the first player drafted in the National Women’s Hockey League’s (NWHL) inaugural draft in 2015, selected by the New York Riveters. She returned for her senior season with Boston College and her rights were traded to the Boston Pride in April 2016. During the summer of 2016, Carpenter signed with the Boston Pride for a one-year, $19,500 contract, making her the highest-paid player of the 2015 NWHL Draft class.
Alex Carpenter National Leagues
Playing for Team Steadman, Carpenter recorded a goal and an assist at the 2nd NWHL All-Star Game. She finished the 2016–17 season as the second-highest scorer in the league. Following her season in the NWHL, Carpenter registered for the 2017 Draft of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) and was drafted by one of the two Chinese expansion teams, Kunlun Red Star WIH based in Shenzhen.
During the 2017–18 KHL season, her father, Bobby Carpenter, was a coach for HC Kunlun Red Star of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), the men’s club that owned the Kunlun Red Star WIH. After being cut from the United States Olympic team, she signed with Kunlun Red Star on January 15, 2018. The following season, the two Chinese CWHL teams were merged to become the Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays and Carpenter re-signed with the team.
After the 2018–19 CWHL season, the CWHL ceased operations and the team joined the Women’s Hockey League (ZhHL). Carpenter again chose to remain in China, citing the better facilities and player support provided by the team than what she had experienced in the NWHL, supporting the boycott of North American leagues that had led to the formation of the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA).
Where High school and University did she go to?
She Studied MBA – Master in Business Administration at Southern New Hampshire University and Governor’s Academy too.
Is she available on any social media platforms?
She is available on Instagram with the username “@carpy05” with 4k followers and on Facebook with the username “@Alex Carpenter” with 1k followers. She is also active on Twitter with the username “@carpy05” with 7.1k followers.
Body Appearance of Alex Carpenter‘s Height, Weight
|Height||Feet:5 feet 6 inch|
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