James Corsi (born June 19, 1954 in Montreal, Quebec) is a former ice hockey goaltender.
Corsi played in the World Hockey Association for the Quebec Nordiques and the National Hockey League for the Edmonton Oilers. He has dual Italian and Canadian citizenship. He became the goaltender of the nazionale (Italian national ice hockey team) and spent the majority of his career with Varese. He also played for HC Gherdëina, SG Cortina and HC Bolzano during his time in Italy's Serie A league. Corsi played on the Italian team at the 1982 World Championship that stunned a Team Canada that had Wayne Gretzky on it by tying Canada 3-3 and went on to beat the USA at the same tournament relegating them to the B-Pool for 1983.
He is currently the goaltending coach for the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League.
- Maine Nordiques 1976–77
- Quebec Nordiques 1977–78
- Binghamton Dusters 1978–79
- Quebec Nordiques 1978–79
- Houston Apollos 1979–80
- Oklahoma City Stars 1979–80
- Edmonton Oilers 1979–80
- HC Gardena Finstral Ortisei 1980-1982
- SG Cortina 1982-1983
- HC Bolzano Würth 1983-1984
- Varese HC 1987–92
- Goaltending coach: Buffalo Sabres 2001–present