2022 FOX Hockey Female Development Camp
Fox Hockey is extremely excited to bring back our All-Female Development Camp in 2022! Our 2022 lineup includes a very talented and experienced lineup of instructors including Sam Isbell (PWHPA), Karell Emard (PWHPA), Kaity Howarth (PWHPA) and Kendra Fortin (Bemidji State University Beavers).
At Fox Hockey we firmly believe that young female hockey players need female role models to look up to as they progress through their hockey journey. This talented group of instructors looks forward to providing a fun and positive atmosphere for players to improve their skating, shooting, passing and puck protection skills. This week long camp offers two on-ice sessions per day, while also including sessions on leadership, off-ice hockey specific training and off-ice cooperative games.
Tentative Camp Itinerary:
8:30-9am Drop Off
9-10am Off-Ice Warm-Up & Leadership Act.
10-11:30am On-Ice Session #1
12:15-1pm Off-Ice Training
1:15-2:15pm On-Ice Session #2
2:30-3pm Off-Ice Games
3:00pm Pick Up
Date: July 18-22nd
Location: Thunder Bay Tournament Centre
U9/U11 (wait list)
U13/U15 (wait list)
Cost: $450 incl HST
Meet our 2022 Instructors!
Sam grew up in Thunder Bay and played her minor hockey in the TBWHA and Queens program. She then made the switch to boys hockey and played one year with KC Sabres 10AA and then Thunder Bay Kings Pewee AAA. She then finished her career in Thunder Bay with the Queens in Midget AA. In her last year of high school Sam moved to Whitby, ON where she played in the PWHL for the Whitby Wolves. From there, she committed to play Division 1 at Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA for 4 years. Throughout her time with Mercyhurst, she won two CHA championships, and was named CHA all-conference second team in her senior year. Sam is now in her second year with the PWHPA, playing for Team Harveys in the Montreal region.
Karell is currently a professional hockey player and board member with the PWHPA. She is a former student-athlete at St. Lawrence University, made the All Rookie ECAC Team, & ended her college career with an ECAC championship in 2012. She was a member of Canada’s U-22 development team for worlds. She played for “Les Canadiennes” of Montreal in the CWHL & won a Clarkson cup in 2017. Karell coached at Colgate University at the NCAA Division 1 level for 3 years, as well as for Hockey Canada & is a certified skills coach.
Kaity grew up in Thunder Bay playing in boys minor hockey until 15 years old, when she would move over to competing with the Midget AA Queens for grades 10 and 11. For grade 12, she would move to Winnipeg, MB to attend and play for Balmoral Hall School in the Junior Women’s Hockey League for one year. This time in Winnipeg would be followed by a post-graduate year spent playing in Whitby, ON for the Whitby Wolves in the Provincial Woman’s Hockey League, before attending Saint Mary’s University in Halifax Nova Scotia on Athletic Scholarship. Throughout her University career, Kaity became an Atlantic University Sport Champion, attended U-Sports Nationals, was named to the Atlantic University Sport all-rookie team in her first year and was awarded for academic excellence by U-Sports athletics for all 4 years. After completing university, Kaity moved to Montreal where she currently plays for Team Harvey’s in the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association.
Kendra grew up in Thunder Bay player her minor hockey with the Westfort Rangers and Thunder Bay Queens. In 2020-21 she moved on to play one season for the Etobicoke Jr. Dolphins of the PWHL. In 2021-22 she began her collegiate career with the Bemidji State University Beavers of the WCHA, playing in all 34 games as a freshman. Other career highlights include attending Team Canada Camp in 2021, an invite to Team Ontario in 2020 and 2020. She was also invited to attend Canada’s National Women’s U-18 Team Summer Camp in 2020, as well as competing for Ontario Blue at the U-18 National Championships and participating in the Ontario Summer Games in 2017-18. Kendra has been a fixture at Fox Hockey both as a player and instructor for the past eight years and looks forward to passing on her knowledge and experience to the next group of young female hockey players coming from Northwestern Ontario.