Kelly Buchberger (Born December 2, 1966 in Langenburg, Saskatchewan) is a retired professional Canadian hockey player.
Buchberger played for the Edmonton Oilers, Atlanta Thrashers, Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, and the Pittsburgh Penguins. He played minor hockey with the Western Hockey League Moose Jaw Warriors and also pro hockey with the American Hockey League Nova Scotia Oilers. As of April 2005, he is an assistant coach with the Edmonton Road Runners AHL team.
He was drafted in the ninth round by the Edmonton Oilers in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft, making him the 188th overall pick. During his playing career, he was known best for his gritty play and leadership, having captained the Oilers for four years.
Buchberger was the last remaining member of the Oilers roster to have been on one of their 5 Stanley Cup winning teams.