It was at the age of five that Emmanuelle gave his very first skates on a hockey team. Member of the very first women’s team in the Espoir category, the Maroon Espoir of Montreal. In 2009-10, Emmanuelle led the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in the NCAA with 65 points, 32 goals and 33 assists in 39 games. She is helping her team win the title of the NCAA National Championship for the second time since 2008.
2010-11, Emmanuelle will line up with the Montreal Stars of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. For two seasons, Emmanuelle will participate in obtaining two Clarkson cups, accumulating nearly 60 points, 21 goals, 38 assists, ranking 6th and 12th in the league in Stars’ jersey.
Member of the Canadian national Under-22 Team from 2006 to 2010, where she won a gold medal at the 2008 European Air Canada Cup. In 2011 and 2012, she will participate in the team training camp. Canada, but will not compete at the World Championships. Now with the Montreal Canadiens, Emmanuelle has once again shown herself leading her team in the final of the 2017 Clarkson Cup, thus giving her her 3rd championship.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota in Communication and Psychology, Emmanuelle has more than 25 years in the amateur and professional practice of many sports, specifically in hockey and more recently CrossFit. In 2013, she discovered this new method as a complementary training mode to hockey, diversifying the bases and techniques used. It reaches higher levels than conventional workouts. After three participation in CrossFit Games, reaching once the regional and even the finals in 2015 in the team category in addition to a qualification for the 2014 regional (17th) in the individual category, Emmanuelle recognizes the benefits of CrossFit and decides to apply her knowledge for the benefit of other athletes.