Camp Instructors

Meaghan Mikkelson

Lead On Ice Facilitator

Athletic Career
Current Status
• Member of the Canadian National Women’s Hockey Program – Sights set on the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games
• Under-22 Team 2003-2006
• 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, and 2017 IIHF World Championships Team
• 2010, 2014 & 2018 Olympic Teams
• Obtained a full athletic scholarship to the University of Wisconsin from 2003-2007
• Graduated in May 2007 from the University of Wisconsin School of Business with a major in Marketing
• Played four season with the University of Wisconsin Badgers NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey Team from 2003-2007, winning 2 NCAA Division I National Championships
• 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016, and 2017 IIHF World Championships Silver Medalist
• 2012 IIHF World Championships Gold Medalist
• 2010 & 2014 Olympic Gold Medalist
• 2018 Olympic Silver Medalist

After twelve seasons with the National Women’s Hockey Team, and starting a family with her husband Scott, Meaghan is currently balancing motherhood along with the demands of training as a national team athlete. With two gold medals from the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Winter Games, a silver medal from the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, a gold medal from the 2012 IIHF Women’s World Championships, and six silver medals from the 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016, and 2017 IIHF Women’s World Championships, Meaghan aspires to represent Canada and win gold at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. With these goals in mind, Meaghan continues to look for ways to improve as an athlete, an individual, and a “hockey mom”, and is excited to tackle the challenges that lie ahead.

Meaghan Mikkelson Reid
2010 & 2014 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2018 Olympic Silver Medalist – Women’s Hockey

Kirianna Crowe

Fitness Instructor

• Bachelor of Science, Applied Biology (H)
• American Council on Exercise- Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
• Sport + Fitness Nutrition Specialist
• Youth In Sport Specialist
• Athlete Injury Management Specialist
• Certified Health Coach
• HSA Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
• OTA Certified Online Coach

Having a background in science and varsity athletic while learning proper movement and form (and nutrition!) has allowed me to exceed at what I am passionate about- advising young athletes on injury prevention, proper technique, and proper nutritional habits without demonizing food groups or encouraging an unhealthy relationship with foods. I am able to do this through my extensive knowledge of scientific literature and ability to translate it to the real world. My passion for sports stems from not only my own athletic upbringing, but the observance of the perpetuation of knowledge in athletics. I believe that from a young age, young girls need to develop a strong overall foundation for movement in ANY area of sport, in order to prevent injury and increase performance as they age and hit puberty. Nutritional knowledge will be valuable to take on throughout their lives. I truly believe that in order to increase the reputation of performance in sport, we need to start grooming athletes YOUNG to be not only good hockey players, but good athletes in general. Learning how to eat and move for optimal performance and fun without sickness or injury is the objective when it comes to mentoring young athletes.

Jenna Cunningham

On Ice Facilitator

  • Originally from a Medicine Hat Alberta where she played her minor hockey. 
  • Played NCAA Division I hockey at Dartmouth College. 
  • ECAC and Ivy League Champion. 
  • Former Calgary Inferno player of the CWHL. 
  • 2016 Clarkson Cup Champion. 
  • Previous Inferno CWHL colour commentator.
  • Coach – Bantam Fire Elite 

Amanda Tapp

On Ice Facilitator


  • University of Calgary Dinos USport, BA Arts-Communication Studies (2010-2014)
  • Calgary Oval X-Treme WWHL/NWHL/CWHL (2000-2009)
  • Minnesota-Duluth D1 (1999-00)



  • 2013-Present: Top Prospects Goaltending (TPG), Lead Goalie Instructor
  • 2014-Present: Edge School for Athletes, Ast. Coach, Goalie Coach, Video with Girls-Prep (CSSHL)
  • 2013-2019: Team Alberta U-16/18 programs Goalie Coach, including with the 2019 Canada Winter Games gold medal winning team.
  • 2015-Present: Hockey Canada-Goaltending Development group, including goalie camps (2015, ’16, and ’19), and Goalie coach with 2016 and 2019 Aug. Showcase.

Amanda has worked professionally with elite goalies throughout Alberta & Canada for many years. She also has helped young goalies of all ages to advance their game using modern goaltending techniques & methods. Amanda will challenge our goalies to take their game to the next level. 

Get individualized 1-on-1 goalie coaching, to focus on areas of the game where YOUR goalie needs assistance. 

We will work on building a strong foundation for each individual goalie (including balanced stance, hand/glove positioning, stick use & control); as well as strong efficient movement (powerful pushes & stops, and use of different T-pushes/C-cuts/telescoping movements, proper body/hand position while moving). We will progress each day to build these skills into different game and tactical situations (such as: positioning relative to threats, depth management, rebound control); all in a fun & engaging atmosphere for your goaltender. 

Your goalie will have the opportunity to focus on the details to her game, while being challenged to build great habits to propel her through tryouts and well beyond. 

Scott Reid

On Ice Facilitator

Prior to retiring in April 2012 after completing his final season as a member of the Arizona Sundogs in the CHL, Scott played a total of twelve seasons and 422 games in various leagues including the AHL, ECHL, CHL, and UK Elite Ice Hockey League. Scott’s career highlights include being named CHL Goaltender of the Year for the 2003-2004 season while playing for the San Angelo Saints, making 5 CHL All-Star game appearances, and playing a number of games in the AHL, as well as an exhibition game for the Nashville Predators in 2006. 


After putting the pads away, Scott continues to be involved in the game of hockey. His experience includes coaching the Calgary Inferno of the former CWHL (Canadian Women’s Hockey League) from 2012-2017, as well as Goalie Coach for Team Japan at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Scott is also a certified Power Edge Pro Instructor. Throughout his playing career, Scott also spent time developing his skills as a personal goalie coach, working with various goalies and coaches of all levels. Scott also works as a Canadian Account Manager for Hendrickson Intl.

Terms And Condition

WAIVER OF LIABILITY, RELEASE ASSUMPTION OF RISK & INDEMNITY AGREEMENT and CANCELATION POLICY for Okotoks Female Hockey Summer Camp I am aware that the participation in OFHD Summer Camp activities and in addition to the usual dangers and risks inherent in the sport of hockey, certain additional dangers and risks including, but not limited to, the danger and risk of collision with other participants and/or man made objects (sticks, pucks, boards, ice), and I freely accept and fully assume all such dangers and risks and the possibility of personal injury, death, property damage or loss resulting therefrom. In consideration of my participation in the aforementioned Summer Camp I hereby agree as follows:

  • To waive any and all claims that I may have against the Arena, the Sponsors, camp instructors/facilitators, OFHD Directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives, and any volunteers in any way associated with the camp (all of whom are hereinafter collectively referred to as "the releasees");
  • To release the releasees from any and all liability for any loss, damage, injury or expense that I may suffer or that my next of kin may suffer as a result of my participation in the camp due to any cause whatsoever, including any negligence, breach of contract, breach of statutory duty of care, or breach of the occupiers' liability act on the part of the releasees;
  • To hold harmless and indemnify the releasees from any and all liability for any property damage or personal injury to any third party, resulting from my participation in the OFHD Summer Camp.

That this release of liability shall be effective and binding upon my heirs, next of kin, executors, administrators and assigns in the event of injury or death. In consideration of my participation in such programs, activities and events, I hereby acknowledge that I am aware of the risks and hazards associated with or related to ice hockey. The risks and hazards of the OFHD Summer Camp include, but are not limited to, injuries from:

  1. Exerting and stretching various muscle groups;
  2. Vigorous physical exertion, rapid movements and quick turns and stops;
  3. Strenuous cardiovascular workouts;
  4. Collisions with the rink boards, hockey nets and ice;
  5. Being struck by hockey sticks and pucks;
  6. Physical contact with other participants, resulting in injuries to the eyes, teeth, face, head and other parts of the body, bruises, sprains, cuts, scrapes, breaks, dislocations and spinal cord injuries which may render me permanently paralyzed; Variations in surfaces;
  7. Travel to and from OFHD Summer Camp and associated to on and off ice activities which are an integral part of the Summer Camp activities.
  8. Furthermore, I am aware that:
    • Injuries sustained both on the ice and off the ice can be severe;
    • I may experience anxiety while challenging myself during the activities;
    • My risk of injury is reduced if I follow all rules; and
    • My risk of injury increases as I become fatigued 

Acknowledgments & Use of Name and Image

Participant and Parent acknowledge and agree that (i) they have been provided sufficient opportunity to read this agreement; they understand this agreement; they are fully advised of the dangers of the Activities; participation in the Activities is voluntary; they agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement; and acknowledge that the Participant does not have any medical, physical or emotional condition that may result in injury or harm to Participant or any other party participating in the Activities of the OFHD Summer Camp,  Participant and Parent/Guardian agree that Participant’s name and image may be used for promotional purposes of the camp by way of photographs, or video's.  These photographs may appear on social media posts, including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  Website posts, newspaper, radio, or television for the purpose of promoting the Activities of the Okotoks Female Hockey Camp (OFHD), without payment to Participant or Parent in connection therewith.

COVID19 Liability Release Waiver.

 I am fully and personally responsible for my own safety and actions while and during my participation with the OFHD Summer Camp. I recognize that I may be at risk of contracting COVID-19 and have a full understanding of those risks involved and I hereby release, waive, discharge OFHD, it's Board, officers, independent contractors, affiliates, employees, representatives, successors, and assigns from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, actions, and cause of action whatsoever, directly or indirectly arising out of or related to any loss, damage, injury, or death, that may be sustained by me related to COVID-19 while participating in any activity while in, on, or around the premises or while using the facilities that may lead to unintentional exposure of harm to COVID-19. I agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless OFHD from and against any and all costs, expenses, damages and/or liabilities or claims arising whether directly or indirectly from or related to any and all claims made by or against any of the released party due to injury, loss, or death from or related to COVID-19.

Unforeseen Cancellations

In the event that OFHD Summer Camp is cancelled due to rink closures, storms, floods, government mandates etc. that are beyond our control, a full refund for the camp minus at $100.00 administration fee.  Refunds will be processed back via the original forms of payment. Costs have been incurred to operate our programs and these costs cannot be recovered. We will do our very best to hold the program either at a later date or location, but this will greatly depend on circumstances. We of course are not responsible for such closures/cancellations.

Customer Cancelled Camp

Customers may cancel OFHD Summer Camp up til 11:59PM on June, 30th of registered camp year and will receive a full refund less a $100.00 administrative fee per camp participant. Refunds will be processed back to the original form of payment.

**Camps cancelled after June, 30th of registered camp are not eligible for any refund or credits. There are no exceptions.**