St. Louis Amateur Hockey Hall of Fame

 

 

 

 

 

Bio

Rick Kennedy was born August 31, 1951 in Weston, Ontario, Canada. Rick was the second born of five children to Jean and Ed Kennedy. Rick graduated from Chaminade College High school in Toronto and attended Saint Louis University from 1971-1975. He and Pamela Bouckaert Kennedy were married June 26, 1976. Rick and Pam have three children. Kacey 26, Patrick 25, and Meggie, 23. Rick has worked for South Side Machine Works Inc for the last 24 years. Pam and Rick reside in Glendale.

PLAYING BIO:
Ontario Provincial Junior A North York Rangers 1969-1971
Saint Louis University 1971-1975 Led the NCAA Division I in scoring in 1972-73 season with 96 points. Freshman of the Year 1971-72 season SLU MVP (and Leading Scorer) 1972-73, 74-75 CCHA All Conference 1972-73, 73-74, 74-75 SLU Team Record 95-52-4 Personal Statistics 125 Goals, 126 Assists, 251 total Points 5th place overall in scoring in NCAA Division I upon completion of career USHL Leading Scorer and League MVP 1975-76 SLU Billiken Hall of Fame Inductee 1995

COACHING BIO:
Assistant Coach Saint Louis Comets Junior B 1976-1978
Head Coach Saint Louis Comets 1978-79
Assistant Coach Webster Groves Highschool 1979-1980
Head Coach CBC 1981-82 through 1997-98. At CBC: Four State Championships, Five 2nd Place, Three 3rd place, and two 4th place finishes Created Freshman Hockey Team for CBC in 1998

EXTRA: Saint Louis Blues/Amateur Hockey Association of the United States Coaching Development Program Instructor 1980-1983