- First woman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame
- First woman international ice hockey hall of fame
- First woman NHL Pro Scout (Seattle Kraken)
- 2 Olympic medals
- 9 world championship medals
- Total Points: 343 (still holds the American Record)
- 13 years as Captain of the US National Hockey Team
- US flag bearer Olympic Closing Ceremonies 1998
- Olympic Opening Ceremonies Torchbearer at 2002 Salt Lake Olympics
- NBC Olympic Analyst (2005, 2010)
- NHL NBC TV Analyst Between the Glass (2005)
- Author of Children’s book, I Can Play Too
- Partners with FlipGive on the Cammi Granato Grants Program
- Partners with Canlan Arenas for the Cammi Granato Showcase Series (Toronto/Chicago/Vancouver)
- 2007 The Lester Patrick Award for her contributions to the game of hockey in US.
- Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto (2010)
Cammi has represented her country on and off the ice as a public figure and motivational speaker. At the 1998 Olympics she was chosen to be the athlete representative for the US Olympic Team as voted on by fellow Olympic Team Captains. As the team’s representative, she had the honour of bearing the US flag at the closing ceremonies of the Nagano Games. Within the following weeks and months, Cammi spoke to both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate in Washington D.C. along with numerous Fortune 500 companies including AT&T, Nike and Chevy.
As one of her nation’s most well-known and respected Olympians, Cammi was chosen to carry the Olympic Torch on its final leg inside the stadium at Opening Ceremonies. She was privileged to hand the torch off to Mike Euruzioni and the 1980 Men’s Olympic Team for the official lighting of the Opening Ceremonies for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Cammi is the all-time leading scorer
Leaving her playing career behind, Cammi was prepared to take on a new challenge in the world of sports nutrition. As a player, she began her fascination with nutrition and the profound benefits of proper diet following her first Olympic appearance in 1998. It was around this time that a nutritionist informed Cammi she was anemic. Like most challenges in her life, Cammi worked to educate herself and realized the importance of nutrition. With this knowledge, she to modified her diet and had more energy to train and improve her strength and conditioning, both on and off the ice. By 2010 Cammi had graduated with a Masters Degree in Holistic Nutrition and began counseling clients for the next several years.
As a person with her eyes on the future and the expanding world of hockey and sports science, it makes sense that Cammi would continue to attract the attention of the world's best in the NHL. Recently, she was named as the league's first female pro scout for the new team coming to Seattle in 2021. Cammi will be working in Seattle's scouting department alongside some former NHL greats such as Stu Barnes and under the auspices of GM Ron Francis. With her experience as a leader and an Olympic champion, as well as her considerable hockey sense and insight, Cammi is sure to be a part of another winning organization when Seattle hits the ice in 2021.