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Kelly Sabatine
Position Forward
Shoots Left
5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
145 lb (66 kg)
Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres
St. Lawrence
Born December 16 1990 (1990-12-16) (age 25),
Hamilton, ON, CA
Pro Career 2007 – present

Kelly Sabatine (born December 16, 1990) is a womens ice hockey player from Ontario. Currently, she competes for the St. Lawrence Skating Saints women's ice hockey program in the ECAC conference of the NCAA.

Playing careerEdit

In the PWHL, she was a member of the Stoney Creek Sabres and served as team captain for two seasons. During the 2008-09 campaign, she appeared in 28 games, and earned 68 points (33 goals and accumulating 35 assists for 68 points. For the second consecutive season, she was the individual scoring champion in the PWHL. When her career in the PQWHL reached its end, she was the all-time leading scorer.

High schoolEdit

In 2008, Sabatine competed with St. Jean de Brebeuf school in Hamilton in Pool E of the ONTARIO/OFSAA Varsity Girls' Hockey tournament. The team was part of the Triple/Quad-A Playoffs.[1] She was a two-time winner of the St. Jean de Brebeuf Athlete of the Year award.

Hockey CanadaEdit

Sabatine competed for Team Ontario Red at the 2007 National Under 18 championships.[2] During the 2009-10 season, Sabatine was invited to Hockey Canada’s Under 22 Strength and Conditioning Camp.[3] In 2008, she travelled to Finland to compete in the International Development Hockey Camp[4]


In the autumn of 2009, Sabatine joined St. Lawrence and led all rookies in scoring while ranking third overall. She logged nine goals and fifteen assists for 24 points. Of her nine goals, three came on special teams, two on the power play, and one short-handed, respectively. In a November 21, 2009 versus the Ohio State Buckeyes, she scored the game-winning tally. The following season (2010-11), she led the skating Saints in goals, assists and points. Three game-winning goals were notched in games versus Connecticut, RPI and Dartmouth. She recorded at least one point in 25 of 33 games.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • All-ECAC Third Team (2011) [5]
  • 2011 ECAC Hockey's All-Academic team
  • 2012 Nominee, 15th Annual Patty Kazmaier Award[6]


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