• Troy Binnie
    Troy Binnie Owner

    Since I retired from playing professional hockey I have been actively coaching kids from all ages at an elite level of play. I have and always will be a Volunteer Coach, as my Coaches and mentors were as I grew up playing the game. I am here for the kids and to teach them about the game I love to play. It is an honour to work with so many young and talented individual children and youth.

    Playing Experience:

    • 4 years Ottawa 67s OHL
    • Drafted by the Minnesota North Stars NHL
    • 10 years playing professional hockey in the NHL CHL ECHL AHL IHL
    • Division One in Germany

    Coaching Experience:

    • 6 years coaching in the GTHL AAA as a head coach
    • 4 years coaching in the North York hockey league as a Head Coach
    • 1 year coaching in the OHA JRA Tier II.
  • Joe McTamney
    Joe McTamney Hockey Director
    • OTA Certified Instructor
    • 3 seasons in the OHL (Ottawa, North Bay)
    • 2 seasons in the CIAU (University of New Brunswick)
    • 3 season pro in the ECHL,CHL (Johnstown Chiefs & Dallas Freeze)
    • Head Coach/Director – Hockey Operations – Pickering College school
    • 5 seasons with Roger Neilsons Hockey Camp
  • Adam Mannella
    Adam Mannella Director of Operations

    For over 15 years, Adam has been working with youth and non-profit organizations all over the world.  His career has taken him to various places in Africa, Asia, Central America and the Middle East, where he has engaged youth in community development issues, social and gender inclusion and environmental stewardship.  Adam has been in the camp industry since 2012 and is dedicated to bringing the best programming and camp experiences possible to children around the globe.

  • Ryan Mason
    Ryan Mason Director of Golf | Marketing Director
    • OTA Certified Instructor
    • Turned professional in 2012
    • 4 years teaching and coaching experience

    Since turning professional, I have made it my goal to grow the game of golf in Canada. I have done this through various junior/ adult golf camps as well as several repeat individual lessons. I am here to work with the kids to show them proper instruction, but to also keep the game simple and fun. Youth are the key to golf becoming a prominent sport in Canada, and I relish the opportunity to make that a reality.

  • Kelvin Lee
    Kelvin Lee

    From Stouffville, Ontario, Kelvin is our Associate Director who will be spending his time with programming and camper engagement. He will ensure that our campers have the most memorable experiences while they are at HHH.

    During the year, Kelvin is an educator with a background in Elementary Education and in Special Education. As well, he is a Lead teacher of Modern Learning, and is the Chair of the York Region Skill Challenge in Lego Mechanics. In addition, he also consults and designs a number of experiential learning spaces around Toronto and York Region.  Kelvin’s educational background includes a Master of Architecture degree (Ryerson), a Science Degree (Ryerson) and a Bachelor of Education Degree (Toronto).

    Kelvin is a veteran of summer camps and in teaching sports. He spent 11 years at Camp Arowhon in Algonquin Park, 2 summers with Camp Robin Hood, he was a Head Instructor with Tiger Hockey Club in Beijing China, an instructor with Canlan Sports Camp and Hockey Programs, 20 seasons as a hockey coach with OMHA and GTHL, and he is also a OTA certified Tennis Instructor in Toronto.  Some notable recognitions include: Honoree Teacher of the year (2016) from the Ontario Teachers Federation, University Teaching Award (2011) from Ryerson University, Coach of the year (2011) Markham Waxers (OMHA) and Coach of the year (2003) Scarborough Hockey Association (MTHL/GTHL)

    Kelvin is our Associate Director because Kelvin is caring, has great people skills, always has a smile on his face, extremely energetic, and has a great sense of responsibility in the well-being of every camper and a positive working environment with our cabin leaders. His passion and drive is to ensure that the campers have a positive social experience, and to grow each child and that each child has more confidence than when they arrived. In the end, he builds lifelong relationships with campers, parents, and staff.

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