Kalli Quinn is the director of women's ice hockey teams for Hockey Canada since September 2010. She is also the daughter of former NHL coach and player and Olympic gold medal-winning coach Pat Quinn.

Management careerEdit

National Hockey LeagueEdit

Nashville PredatorsEdit

She worked as an executive assistant for the hockey operations department of the Nashville Predators from April 1999 to September 2003. Quinn worked on bylaw and collective bargaining agreement documentation, along with research and preparation of NHL player free agency status reports. She also assisted with team special events and game night operational requirements for guests.

Vancouver CanucksEdit

Quinn held positions with two major league sports franchises. With the Vancouver Canucks, she worked as an executive assistant in the hockey operations and business operations department. With the National Basketball Association’s Vancouver Grizzlies, Quinn was an executive assistant in the communications and community relations department.

Vancouver GiantsEdit

During the 2006-07 Vancouver Giants season, she served as manager of administration and logistics. A position she also held during the 2007 MasterCard Memorial Cup. With the Vancouver Giants, she helped manage the operational budget, coordinate accommodation and transportation. In addition, she oversaw volunteer committees and supervision of special events and website development.

Hockey CanadaEdit

In her capacity as director of women’s ice hockey teams, she is responsible for the National Women’s Team, National Women’s Under-22 Team and National Women’s Under-18 Team. At the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, she coordinated events at the Hockey Canada House.

Quinn has also served in various functions with men’s hockey events hosted by Hockey Canada. At the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games and 2006 Torino Winter Games, Quinn served as VIP and family program coordinator for the National Men’s Team. During the 2006 IIHF World Junior Championship in Vancouver, B.C., she was a manager of administration.

At the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan, she managed logistical requirements for federations and VIP guests. She also developed the hosting manual for whenever the IIHF World Junior Championship was held in Canada.


Quinn was a competitive swimmer for the University of Georgia. In addition, she was a Canadian Olympic trials finalist in swimming. She has dual Canadian-American citizenship


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