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Kim St. Pierre (left) with Caroline Ouellette. Photo from

Kim St-Pierre is hockey’s first female goalie inducted into the Hall of Fame

Three Olympic gold medals later.

The Hockey Hall of Fame announced yesterday that it would be inducting three-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time IIHF world champion Kim St-Pierre, who is from Châteauguay, Quebec. This is the first time in hockey history that a female goalie will be included into the Hockey Hall of Fame, and Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante marked the occasion with a celebratory tweet.

“Congratulations to the very inspiring Quebecer Kim St-Pierre, 1st goalkeeper in women’s hockey history to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Bravo to Quebecer Kevin Lowe who will also be inducted in 2020!”

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante congratulates Kim St-Pierre, who will be the first ever female hockey goalie inducted

For more details on the inductees, please visit the Hall of Fame website.

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