Kim starred as a goaltender with the McGill University Martlets (1998-2004) and also played briefly with the Redmen. In 103 career games (99 starts) with the Martlets, she had a 50-40-12 overall record with 27 shutouts and a 2.13 goals-against average. Kim earned an education degree in 2004 specializing in Kinesiology.
In regular season play, she posted a career 19-8-6 record in 33 games with 12 shutouts and a 1.74 GAA. She registered a plethora of McGill records, including a single-game mark of 62 saves in a 6-0 loss at Concordia on Oct. 25, 1998. St-Pierre was the Quebec conference rookie of the year in 1998-99 and was twice voted as the league's player of the year (2000-01, 2002-03). A four-time all-Canadian and Team MVP, her collegiate career highlight occurred in 2002-03 when she received the Brodrick Trophy as CIS hockey player of the year, the Gladys Bean Award as McGill's top female athlete and the BLG Jim Thompson Trophy as CIS athlete of the year.
She was also the first woman in Canadian Interuniversity Sports history to win a men’s regular season game when McGill University defeated Ryerson University on November 15, 2003 by a score of 5-2.
In 1998, Kim joined the National Women’s Hockey Team, winning gold at five world championships where she was named the tournament’s top goaltender in 2001 and 2004. A three-time Olympic gold medalist, Kim is the Women’s National Team all-time leading goaltender in games (83), wins (64) and shutouts (29).
World Championship Results:
2011 (Zurich, SWI): Silver
2009 (Hameenlinna, FIN): Silver
2008 (Harbin, CHN): Silver
2007 (Winnipeg/Selkirk, CAN): Gold
2005 (Linkoping, SWE): Silver
2004 (Halifax, CAN): Gold
2001 (Minneapolis, USA): Gold
2000 (Mississauga, CAN): Gold
1999 (Espoo, FIN): Gold
2002 Salt Lake City Ice Hockey – Gold
2006 Turin Ice Hockey – Gold
2010 Vancouver Ice Hockey – Gold
Canadian Women’s Hockey League
St-Pierre formerly played for the Montreal Stars of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League for the 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2010-2011 seasons. The Stars won the Clarkson Cup in 2009 and 2011. The Team is now called Les Canadiennes de Montreal (http://montreal.thecwhl.com/en/) and offers some amazing hockey with talented players.
Kim grew up in a very active family. Louise and André, her parents, have been amazing examples for Kim and her 2 brothers (Yan and Karl). The family of 5 were everywhere from the pool, to the tennis courts, the hockey rinks, the soccer fields and so on.
Kim and her husband Lenny Jo are very proud to have 2 little boys (Liam and Ayden). They started playing hockey this year and Kim is enjoying being a hockey coach!
Kim is now working for BOKS Canada as a Regional Coordinator. BOKS offers free resources to Elementary schools all over Canada to make thekids active before school starts and throughout the school day. She enjoys sharing her passion for physical activity and healthy living when visiting the kids in their schools.