Jenelle is a current professional women’s ice hockey player for Team Bauer (Boston) in the
PWHPA. Prior to this, she played in the Swedish Women’s Hockey League with the MODO
Hockey Club for the 2017/2018 hockey season. Before heading to Sweden,
she played in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League where she was a member of the
Toronto Furies from 2014-2017, with a highlight of winning the Clarkson Cup that same year.
Throughout her playing career, she was a member of the Canadian National Women’s
Hockey Program from 2008-2017. At the National team level, she represented Canada by
winning Gold at the Four Nations Cup in 2013 and 2014, and a silver medal in 2016.
She was a member of the Under-22/Development team capturing an exhibition series win vs. USA in 2010, as well as receiving Gold at the MLP/MECO Cup in Germany in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Her NCAA hockey career was attended at Boston University from 2008-2013, where she helped lead the Boston University Terries to Four Hockey East Championship titles and two Frozen Four appearances. She was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie team her freshman year, was part of the Hockey East All-star team in 2009, and was named to the Hockey East Second Team All-Star team her senior year, among winning the Hockey East player of the week award 12 times throughout her career.
JK Hockey skills and Development was founded in 2018, with a strong focus on female hockey development. Jenelle has a strong focus on her summer hockey programs, giving players the opportunity to develop into a stronger hockey player and person. Throughout the winter seasons, Jenelle runs on-ice skills throughout various organizations. Jenelle is the Balmoral Hall skills coach for the Balmoral Hall hockey academy, as well as the prep team. She also runs skills for numerous organizations across the city, such as Winnipeg East Female Hockey, Seven Oaks Minor Hockey, and Transcona Minor Hockey Association. She was named the assistant coach for Team Manitoba U16 female team 2018-2019 season, and continues working with Hockey Manitoba female prospects camps and teams as a skills coach.