U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Olympian and Owner of Experience Momentum

Kelly Pierce Stephens Tysland (born June 4, 1983) is an American ice hockey player from Shoreline, Washington. She won a bronze medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turino, Italy. She earned two IIHF World Women's Championships medals—a gold medal in 2005 in Sweden and a silver in 2004 in Canada.

Kelly played for the University of Minnesota women's ice hockey team from 2001 to2005 earning back-to-back National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey titles in 2004 and 2005. In 2004 Kelly was selected to the All-Tournament Team honors as she scored five points in the Frozen Four, and in 2005 the team tallied a near-perfect record of 36-2-2 and were ranked as the top team in the nation for the entire campaign. She is listed on the team’s Top 10 Career Stats Record Board for: all-time points, goals, assists, as well as points per game, goals per game, power-play goals, shorthanded goals, game-winning goals, and penalty minutes.


After the 2006 Olympics she moved back to Washington State and started Experience Momentum, a physical therapy, nutrition, fitness, and functional wellness with locations in Lynnwood and Fremont, Washington. Kelly lives in Lynnwood, Washington with her husband and three children.

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