Kent Salfi (born June 10, 1971 in Camden, New Jersey) is a retired American-born Austrian ice hockey player who last played for HC TWK Innsbruck of the Austrian Hockey League.

After spending four seasons in the University of Maine, Salfi played in Sweden for Mora IK where he spent two seasons. He then moved to Timmendorfer Strand of Germany for one season before moving to Austria and signed with VSV EC in 1996. In 1997 he had a brief spell in Italy's Serie A with Asiago, playing just three games for them before returning to VSV. He remained with the team until 2003 when he joined Black Wings Linz. He is a naturalised Austrian citizen and represents his adopted country at international level.

On 23 August 2010, Salfi announced his official retirement.[1]

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  1. Kent Salfi beendet karriere. (23 August 2010). Retrieved on 23 August 2010.

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