Keely Brown

Keely Brown is a name synonymous with ringette goaltending. Keely grew up playing ringette in Kitchener, Waterloo and Sudbury before moving to Alberta where she played with the National Ringette League’s Edmonton WAM! Keely participated in 19 Canadian Ringette Championships, winning nine gold and eight silver medals, and she was on the senior national team for 14 years and attended five world championships, winning one gold and four silver medals. Keely was the goalie coach Team Canada (senior) in 2013 and was the goalie coach for Team Canada U19 West in 2012. Keely runs her own company, 5-Count Ringette Goalie Instruction, along with Heather Konkin. 5-Count has 25 ringette goalie instructors and has run ringette goalie camps, clinics and ice times from BC to PEI, with the goal of providing top quality ringette goaltending instruction to ringette goalies all across Canada. She has also written a book titled “The Complete Guide to Ringette Goaltending.” 

“It is such an amazing honour to be included among the many great athletes in the Ringette Hall of Fame, especially so soon after my retirement from the senior national team,” said Keely. “Ringette has always been a main passion and focus of mine – from the opportunities and experiences of travelling and competing across Canada and Europe, to the many friends I have made throughout my playing career. Ringette is such a fun, fast paced sport that is continually improving to make it even more exciting – truly a great sport to play and compete in.”

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