Toronto, ON - John MacDonald, Director of Ivy Hockey Academy is excited to help develop player’s on and off-ice skills during Ivy's summer camps in 2019.
Founded over 14 years ago under the leadership of NHL pros, Mark, Steve and Dominic Moore, Ivy Hockey Academy was built on the premise of developing young hockey player’s techniques both on and off the ice. Ivy’s program is designed to allow young athletes to improve their game, shoot and skate like never before, and have a blast doing it. Ivy’s unique curriculum is meant to effectively teach lessons in life at the same time as lessons in hockey.
“Ivy Hockey Academy has a curriculum designed to enable young players to successfully master the skills to become a better hockey player in a safe and effective manner, while thoroughly enjoying the process,” John explained. “By breaking the game down into various on and off-ice training components we promise to help young players gain proficiency in a Serious Fun manner. “
Ivy is touching down at Forest Hill Arena in July, McCormick Arena, RINX Arena and North Kawartha CC in August and is hosting team/individual camp training throughout the summer. John MacDonald would like to invite players ages 6-16 to join Ivy Hockey Academy to improve your game at all four locations offered in Ontario.