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Brian Gionta    

Professional Ice Hockey Player

Brian Joseph Gionta is a professional ice hockey player who is currently a member of the United States men's national ice hockey team. Gionta played professionally in the National Hockey League from 2001 to 2017, most recently as the captain of the Buffalo Sabres.

Gionta began his ice hockey career at Boston College, helping them win a national championship during the 2000-01 season.

He would go on to play for the New Jersey Devils, where he assisted the team in winning the 2003 Stanley Cup Finals. Following his time on the Devils, Gionta played for the Montreal Canadiens and the Buffalo Sabres.

Gionta is a member of the United States men's national ice hockey team, as well as the USA 2018 Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team, where he was named as USA team captain.


Brian Gionta Named Captain Of Men's Hockey Team As 2018 U.S. ...
Brian Gionta was named captain of the men's hockey team as the United States became the first country to unveil its complete Olympic hockey rosters on January 1 in New York City.
Former NHL player Brian Gionta proud to represent USA on the ice
The primary reason why veteran NHL player Brian Gionta is playing for Team USA at next month's Deutschland Cup, and probably will suit up for the Americans at the 2018 Olympic Games, is because he was asked. "The biggest appeal is the honor of representing your country on the biggest stage,” Gionta told USA ...

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