About Us

Kalley Armstrong is the granddaughter of Toronto Maple Leaf captain George Armstrong. Nicknamed “the Chief” by the Stoney Plains First Nation reserve, he was one of the first Indigenous hockey players in the National Hockey League. George is the longest serving captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs. He played a total of 21 seasons in the NHL between 1950-1971, winning a total of 4 Stanley Cups.

In 2019, Kalley launched Armstrong Hockey in honor of her grandfather and the values he passed on to her. Armstrong Hockey focuses on providing hockey development opportunities for Indigenous youth, particularly girls. In the summer of 2019, Kalley ran her first Indigenous youth hockey camp in London, Ontario open to all First Nations youth in surrounding communities. Kalley continues to run programs for Indigenous youth and girls hockey across Ontario. 

Kalley is proud to coach youth from the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Munsee-Delaware First Nation, and Oneida Nation of the Thames. Kalley has coached team C.M.O. United in the Little Native Hockey League (LNHL) since 2019.


Kalley Armstrong

Kalley played 4 years at Harvard University, captaining the team in her senior year and helping the Crimson to win the 2015 Ivy League Championship, the 2015 ECAC Season Championship, the 2015 ECAC Tournament Championship, the 2015 Beanpot Championship, and finish as the 2015 Frozen Four Runner-Up. As a junior she was selected to the All-Ivy League Second Team and named the ECAC Best Defensive Forward. Kalley led the team in game winning goals for two seasons. Kalley suffered a severe concussion at the conclusion of her junior year in 2013 and after recovering a year later and returning to play for the Crimson in 2014, she decided to retire from hockey and pursue coaching.

Kelly Babstock

Kelly Babstock is from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory on Manitoulin Island. She currently plays professional women’s hockey in the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) for Toronto. Kelly runs a hockey development camp in the summers for Wiikwemkoong youth based out of Espanola, Ontario. She is an inspiration and role model to her community, actively engaging in youth events.

Cassidy Martin

Cassidy started her hockey career playing minor league boys and girls hockey in Alberta. From there, Cassidy played four years in the Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) for the Calgary Bruins where she captained her team. She was recruited to play for St.Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. There, she played four years for the St.Thomas Tommies in the CIS (now USport). In her third year as assistant captain, she helped led the team to the CIS National Championship tournament. Cassidy is committed to developing girls hockey in the London area, and is heavily involved in the London Devilettes organization. She is also is a proud coach of the C.M.O girls and helps to administer and run the C.M.O. youth hockey camps.