Kendall Coyne Schofield – Hockey


  • First female Player Development Coach in NHL Chicago Blackhawks history
  • 2019 World Champion
  • 2018 Olympic Team Champion
  • 2018-2019 Chicago Pro Hockey League (only female in the league)
  • 6-time Four Nations Cup Champion
  • 2017 World Champion
  • 2017 Master’s Degree from Northeastern University (Magna Cum Laude)
  • 2016 World Champion
  • 2015 Bachelor’s Degree from Northeastern University (Cum Laude)
  • 2015 World Champion
  • 2014 Olympic Team Silver
  • 2013 World Champion
  • 2012 World Championship Silver
  • 2011 World Champion
  • 2010 U-18 World Championship Silver
  • 2009 U-18 World Champion
  • 2008 U-18 World Champion


Kendall is a longtime member of the United States women’s national hockey team. Over the span of her 13 years with USA Hockey, she has captured 21 medals in International Competition. She has won six gold medals at the IIHF World Women’s Championships and a gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics and an Olympic Silver Medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics. She competed in 9 Four Nations Cups, capturing gold six times. At the age of 15, her Team USA career began when she was named to the United States Under-18 Women’s National Team. She was a captain and 3-time member. She received 2 gold medals and one silver. She is currently the all-time leading scorer in tournament history with 33 points in 15 games.

The Illinois native played four seasons at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. During her time at Northeastern, she received her bachelor’s and master’s degree. The 3-time All American and 2-time captain finished her collegiate career as the Huskies’ all-time leader in points (249), goals (141), and single season points (84). In addition, she became the Hockey East all-time leader in career points, career goals, single-season points, single-season goals, points per game, and goals per game. In 2016, she led Northeastern to its first ever NCAA appearance and was the recipient of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award which is given annually to the top player in division one college hockey.

January 2019, Schofield was named a replacement for Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon at the 2019 NHL All-Star Skills Competition in the fastest-skater challenge as part of the 2019 NHL All-Star weekend. Although she was originally going to demonstrate the accuracy shooting challenge, Schofield became the first woman to ever compete in an NHL All-Stars skills competition. She had a time of 14.326 seconds, which placed her seventh out of eight skaters, which was comparable to the rest of the eight-person field. In 2019, she became the second woman to serve as an analyst for an NHL Stanley Cup Playoff game.

In addition to her duties with the US Women’s National Team, Kendall served as an Analyst for the San Jose Sharks, she is the president of the Schofield Family Foundation that she and her husband, Michael Schofield, founded in January of 2019. She is a board member for the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA), and the founder of the Kendall Coyne Hockey camp which is going strong in its fifth year. Most recently, Kendall took on the role of Player Development Coach & Youth Hockey Growth Specialist, making her the first female coach in Blackhawks history.

Outside of sport, Kendall enjoys spending time with her family, cheering on her husband at football games, traveling, motivating kids, and hosting her annual Kendall Coyne Hockey Camp that is open to girls of all skill levels and sharing her message of “you don’t have to be big to dream big.”

Twitter: @KendallCoyne  Facebook: Kendall Coyne26      Instagram: @KendallCoyne26

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