Keith McKittrick (born December 12, 1982) is an NHLPA certified player agent. He is currently the Executive Vice President of North American Hockey Operations at Gold Star Sports Management Group and has worked in and around the NHL for over 10 years. 
Keith was born in South Boston, Massachusetts and was raised in Chelmsford, Massachusetts where he lived for several years as a child before he and his family relocated to Minnesota. Keith played high school hockey and football while he attended Hutchinson High School (Minnesota) in Hutchinson, Minnesota. 
Ketih McKittrick started his career sports management in as a Coaching Staff Assistant for the Minnesota Wild NHL team in St. Paul, Minnesota working from September, 2003-August, 2005 while studying Sports Management at the University of Minnesota. 
After graduating in July, 2005 Keith McKittrick was appointed as Director of Hockey Operations at Michigan State University. During Keith's tenure from 2005-2008, MSU won the 2007 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. As the Director of Hockey Operations, Keith was responsible for video breakdowns of individual player and team performances, managing the annual travel and operating budgets, and engaging in recruiting experiences. During his time at MSU, McKittrick was selected by Team USA for various International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) events include the 2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Leksand, Sweden.  
Keith McKittrick was hired by the Detroit Red Wings NHL team in July, 2008 as an Assistant Coach in charge of video and worked there until July, 2014. Keith was an integral piece of the Red Wings coaching staff both on and off the ice, from video pre scouts, individual / team video review and assisting head coach Mike Babcock on the ice during practice. During Keith's 6 years with the Red Wings the team advanced to the Stanley Cup Playoffs each of the 6 seasons, including an appearance in the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals.   
In August, 2014 Keith was hired by the Portland Winterhawks, a Western Hockey League team as an Assistant Coach and worked there until June, 2016. In this role he managed game preparation and player development in on-ice during team practices, focusing on skill development work with individual players. He also assisted in scouting and recruiting efforts.  
Kieth McKitrrick was hired by Gold Star Sports Management in June, 2016 as their Executive Vice President of North American Hockey Operations. He is responsible for creating a structure for clients that ensures visibility and desirability.
The role also involves contract negotiations, personalize marketing platforms, profile enhancements. Keith is also involved in recruiting new clients. Gold Star Sports Management founded by Daniel Milstein mainly manages players in the KHL and NHL. In August, 2017 became an NHLPA certified player agent while working for Gold Star.   
The case began Aug. 16 when Beaverton Police responded to a call involving McKittrick and his girlfriend, according to a probable cause affidavit. The woman told police they were arguing when McKittrick pushed her onto a bed and covered her nose and mouth with his hands, restricting her breathing for five to 10 seconds. She said she ran out the front door to get away, but McKittrick caught her by the hair and dragged her inside. 
Keith McKittrick, according to the document, told police the argument did not turn physical. An officer noted a bite mark and scratches on McKittrick's hand that matched the girlfriend's statements. 
McKittrick faced two counts of fourth-degree assault, two counts of harassment and one count of strangulation in the August domestic disturbance. He pleaded guilty to a single harassment charge and entered a diversion program, while his other charges were dismissed, court records show. 
McKittrick met eligibility for the diversion program, which is mostly for first-time offenders, said Washington County Deputy District Attorney David Pitcher. The 18-month program requires participants to attend classes and have no contact with the victim, among other conditions. If McKittrick successfully completes the program, his case will be dismissed, Pitcher said. If he's not successful, he'll be convicted of the harassment charge.