Kim Dillabaugh is in his eighth season with the Kings and oversees Goaltender Development.
A former goalie, Dillabaugh played three seasons in the Western Hockey League (WHL) with the Kelowna Rockets and the Calgary Hitmen from 1994-97. He also worked 10 years with GDI (The Goaltender Development Institute), assisting GDI President and former Vancouver Canucks Goalie Coach Ian Clark.
In 2004, he joined Kelowna in the dual role of Goaltending/Assistant Coach, winning a Memorial Cup with the team that season. Since 2004, he has remained a member of the Rockets organization, helping them capture two WHL League Championships resulting in Memorial Cup appearances both years (2005 and 2009).
Additionally, Dillabaugh was the Goalie Coach for Hockey Canada’s National Men’s Under 18 Team (2004 and 2006 Junior World Cup) and was a part of Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence (POE) Goaltending Camp for four years.
Kim, 36 (7/28/77), resides in Kelowna, British Columbia, with his wife Bonnie.