About Kim

Hockey Career

Kim started playing hockey when she was 8 years old and competed with the boys until she was 18. She then decided to transition to Women’s Hockey by being recruited by McGill University where she completed a degree in Kinesiology. Her college career with the Martlets was very special to her from 1998 to 2004.







Kim has been a member of the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team since 1998. She participated in 3 Olympic Games and is a 3 time Olympic gold medalist (2002, 2006, 2010). She competed in 9 World Championships and won gold 5 times.






Kim is also a member of the Montreal Stars in the CWHL (www.cwhl.com). She had the priviledge to win the Clarkson Cup twice in 2009 and 2011.








Kim partnered up with Amey Doyle, Kevin Chatel and Caroline Ouellette to form Groupe 331 Inc. and created a new website (www.athletichub.com) to help student athletes get recruited to prep schools, Cegep, CIS or NCAA Universities.  AthleticHub.com offers information, advice and promotional strategies for young student-athletes to market themselves to coaches and recruiters throughout North America.

Kim also works with Passau Hockey, a designer, manufacturer and retailer of top level goalie equipment. The company is located in Chambly, Qc. Kim is part of in the research and development team, as well as she is involved in the sales and marketing of the product. 




Daughter of Andre and Louise, Kim grew up in Chatauguay, QC with her older brother Yan and younger brother Karl.  Kim and her long-time fiance Lenny Jo Goudreau recently became the proud parents when Kim gave birth to a healthy baby boy named Liam Goudreau born on February 28th 2012.  Currently, Kim and her family live in St.Laurent, Quebec.