Ice Cats and DYHA welcome Kendall Cornine as the Ice Cats Hockey Director
Ice Cats Hockey Director, Kendall Cornine is a NJ native, attended Morristown-Beard School where she set the New Jersey high school all-time scoring record with 199 points (104 goals and 95 assists) and was named the New Jersey High School Player of the Year in 2015. She was also named the New Jersey Devils High School Player of the Year in 2014 and 2015. Cornine went on to play collegiate hockey at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where she captained the team her junior and senior seasons, and holds RIT’s all-time leading scorer title at the Division I era. Her career continued at the professional level - after her senior season, Cornine was the second-round draft pick by the Metropolitan Riveters of the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL/PHF), where she played for four seasons. Her coaching career started with the New Jersey Colonials organization where she served as the Director of the Tier 1 Girls program and coached across the U8 through U16 level (2019-2021). She also coached the boys and girls varsity hockey teams at the Morristown-Beard School (2019-2021). Before joining the Ice Cats organization, Cornine spent multiple seasons within the Mid-Fairfield Hockey Club. She is a level 4 certified USA Hockey Coach. Cornine is also a Physical Education Teacher and Coach at New Canaan Country School.