SUMMER CAMP INSTUCTORS
MIKE HARDING - Instructor & co-ordinator. Summer Hockey Camps expanded for all ages and levels in various communities. Mike Played NCAA Div 1 for the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. Former St.Albert Saint, NHL draft pick and British National Team member. Playing experience and learning from a network of hockey minds has given Mike a real commitment to every session or program he is part of. Development of 3030Hockey that evolved to Dangler Hockey Development with both on-ice & off-ice (Off-ice Stickhandling & Passing) for all ages and abilities is a testament to that. Summer Camps allow for a real mix of players looking to gain new skills or reinforce what they have already developed in an environment that is positive and purposeful. Mike has collaborated with many Associations to compliment year long development plans that included club teams with SSAC U16AAA & CAC U15AA. Currently a Skills Coach for EMHA and SMHA.
"Grass roots approach" allowing Players to develop in a fun and exciting environment.
Various guest Coaches, Instructors will be involved in most of my Summer Camps/Clinics to enhance the experience and collaboration.
Kendel Kelly - Growing up in the St.Albert area, Kendel played 3 years for the Bellingham Ice Hawks in the British Columbia Junior Hockey League and was the all-time leading scorer for the organization. A graduate of the St. Norbert College, an NCAA hockey program in Wisconsin, Kendel’s coaching philosophy is centered on continuous skill development and having fun on the ice. He currently enjoys
working with his son’s U7 hockey team.
Roggie Bourque - Grew up playing hockey from a young age. Has been a hockey coach for more than 15 years, and a referee for about 4 years. He has been with Dangler Hockey for over 2 years now.
Roggie coaches hockey in order to continue to make a positive influence on the lives of all hockey players, his community as a whole and for a love of the game.
Craig Baba - Lead Instructor for both on and off-ice development. Craig, a well-established teacher has experience both as a youth hockey and wrestling coach. Currently Craig is an assistant coach with SAMHA U16AAA. Years of experience playing ball hockey at a national level allows Craig to really connect with the athletes. Teaching is a passion that is evident in every session as he empowers kids to be their best and really work at their craft. As lead off-ice Craig focuses on the details while having fun in a high tempo stickhandling sessions which includes other fitness activities including popular Ball Hockey.
Trey Harding - Trey has a real passion for the game and has really worked well alongside Craig. After finishing playing Hockey he has turned his attention to Grant MacEwan University where he is pursuing a double major in accounting and management. Trey enjoys the outdoors/Camping and when given the opportunity will hike to any mountain top.
Taige Harding - Grew up in St.Albert playing Minor Hockey before moving on to PAC U15AAA, St.Albert Raiders U15AAA & U18AAA Teams. Taige then had the opportunity to play with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons in the AJHL. Here he gained experience and enjoyment helping with Skill Development with the Jr. Barons youth teams. During his time in Fort McMurray he received a Hockey Scholarship to play for the Providence Friars in the NCAA for the 2022 season. Taige is taking Business with a major in Marketing. 2021 Taige was fortunate to be drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 3rd round, 91st overall. Anytime there is an opportunity to work with Minor Hockey Players he looks forward to it.
Max Struss - Grew up playing in Hinton Minor hockey until second year U15 where he moved to Spruce Grove (PAC) to play U15AAA. Was drafted 164th overall to the Swift Current Broncos in the WHL Bantam Draft. Max played U15AAA & U18AAA for the St.Albert Raiders. Max then made the jump to play for the Calgary Canucks of the AJHL at 17 before finishing his junior career with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons. Committed to the Vancouver Island University Mariners of the BCIHL for 2021-22 season to pursue a double major in Accounting and Finance. Max has always taken pride in providing leadership both on & off the ice.
Ellie Rezewski - Ellie grew up playing sports on and off the ice where she began her skating career in ringette at age 5, and shortly after switched paths to pursuit hockey. She played for the St.Albert U15 AAA female Raiders for 2 years before switching her focus on school sports. Throughout Junior High and High School Ellie was awarded for being the top female athlete of the year, as well as the Raiders award for her team in grade 9, and MVP of the basketball team in grade 12.
Ellie is now at the University of Alberta pursuing a degree in business with a major in finance and a minor in marketing. Ellie continues to keep active and enjoys participating in various rec leagues, helping ref junior high court sports, and volunteer coaching for her alumni teams when given the opportunity.
Nic Chomin- Coaching for 6 years now ranging from Spring Hockey and Edmonton U15AA programs, specifically as a defensive Coach. Nic also comes with experience teaching Power Skating when he worked with Better Player Hockey Program. Nic is now in his 2nd year working with Dangler Hockey. His experience and passion for the game to give back is one of his strong attributes.
Riley grew up playing in Goal in the Edmonton area. He had the opportunity to learn from Kurtis Mucha and Dustin Schwartz(Edmonton Oilers) while putting himself in the position to help develop young Goaltenders. Riley has been a dedicated Goalie Coach for U15AA KC and currently U15AA CAC. Riley strives to bring out the best in Goaltenders with a positive attitude and love for the position and game.
Tyler Fitka - Tyler has played hockey for 13 years and baseball for 12. He was the captain for the U18 AA St. Albert steel to complete is Minor Hockey career winning the offensive player of the year award. Tyler was always a skater in Dangler Hockey Camps possessing a great attitude and passion for the game. He ensures kids are having fun and always pushing them on every rep during each drill. Tyler will begin his 1 st year at the University of Alberta taking Business.