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Kim St-Pierre is a former goalkeeper who shined with Canada's national women's hockey team. She totals eight gold medals in international competitions.
After breaking the Team Canada record of 22 wins set by Manon Rheaume, the Châteauguay native was the top rookie with the McGill Martlets in 1999, where she played for five seasons. There, she made history as the first woman in Canadian Interuniversity Sports to win a men’s regular season game when McGill beat Ryerson University 5-2 on November 15, 2003. Kim was also the first woman in McGill history to play in a men's pre-season contest.
The Top Goaltender at the 2001 and 2004 World Championships, she earned the same honor in the 2002 Salt Lake City Games. After Canada’s repeated success in Torino, in 2996, she again helped backstop Canada to an Olympic gold medal-victory at the 2010 Winter Games on home soil in Vancouver, British Columbia.
On the international scene, she also picked-up five gold medals and three silver medals at the world women's hockey championships.
She retired in April 2013 and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in June 2020.
- Gold medal at the 2002, 2006 and 2010 Olympic Games
- Five gold medals at world championships
- 64 victories with the National team in 83 starts
- 29 shutouts
- Average of 1.17 goals per game
- Efficiency rate of .939