Kelli Stack is one of the most dangerous offensive players on the U.S. women's national team, who has been better than a point-per-game player throughout her seven-year tenure with the national team. Her most notable offensive performances came at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, when she had three goals and five assists over five games, en route to a silver medal, and the 2012 IIHF World Championships, when she had 13 points in five games, including eight assists to lead the tournament in that category.
- Olympics: Won a silver medal at the 2010 Vancouver Games.
- IIHF World Championships: Won gold medals in 2008, 2009 and 2011; won a silver medal in 2012.
- IIHF World Championships: In 2011, was named U.S. Player of the Game in the decisive gold medal-winning contest against Canada.
- Four Nations Cups: Won playing for the U.S. in 2008, 2011 and 2012; came in second in 2009 and third in 2013.
- Four Nations Cups: Led the 2013 and 2011 tournaments in scoring.
- College Hockey: Played four seasons at Boston College, graduating as the program's all-time leader in assists (111) and points (209).
- Professional Hockey: Played for the Boston Blades in the Canadian Women's Hockey League.
Three things to know:
1. Growing up, played for the Honeybaked (Mich.) program, which is the same program to produce Vancouver Canucks forwards Ryan Kesler and David Booth.
2. Born in Ohio, she makes her home in Blaine, Minn., which is the same town to produce NHL players Matt Hendricks and Nick Bjugstad.
3. Growing up in Ohio, she attended Cuyahoga Heights High School, whose notable alumni includes former NBA coach Flip Saunders and former NFL player Jack Squirek.