Coach Adam Duskocy
Born and raised in small town Southern Ontario, Canada, Coach Adam was immersed in hockey life from the very beginning. At age 4, he began his hockey career in the local house skating program, developing and enhancing skating technique in preparation for the regional minor hockey system. Coach Adam won Provincial Hockey Championships in his Atom (Squirt) and Peewee seasons, losing in the finals during Bantam. Coach Adam began playing in the Ontario Junior Hockey Development League during his Bantam Major season.
Showing promising abilities in baseball, Coach Adam left hockey after high school to pursue an opportunity on the mound, winning a Canadian Inter-collegiate National Championship with McMaster University. Adam, alongside his 1997 McMaster Baseball team, was inducted into the McMaster University Collegiate Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018.
During his formative hockey years in Ontario, Coach Adam was afforded the opportunity to develop under the guidance of deeply experienced coaches and play alongside numerous players who continued their hockey careers both in North America and in Europe. These hockey experiences not only imparted a love for the game, the joys of hockey success, and the camaraderie of a team on Coach Adam but instilled an understanding of the work-ethic and building-block approach to skating and hockey development which translates directly to game play and on-ice success.
Coach Adam's experience includes various coaching roles, player development training, and organizational player development support from the learn to skate through midget major levels.
Coach Adam has developed and provided personalized player training and skating/skills development programs for mite through college-level players since 2013.