Hockey Evolution Canada

Steve Kaye, of Hockey Evolution Canada, has been involved in hockey for 30 years and 18 years of it has been in skill development.  His passion and enthusiasm for the game is second to none and is evident through his instruction.  Being born and raised in Toronto, he began skating at the tender age of 4. By 7 years old, his skills didn't go unnoticed and played his first year in the MTHL AAA underage (currently known as the GTHL).  Playing from Novice to Midget in the MTHL AAA was testament to not only personal hard work, and sacrifice from his parents, but was directly correlated to ongoing skill development at the highest level.  Steve went on to play 2 years of Metro Jr. for North York Rangers earning a 4 year NCAA Scholarship to Elmira College in New York.  Graduating with a dual major in Economics and Management, Steve was rewarded and landed a career on Wall Street preparing to be a Financial Trader.  After 6 months on Wall Street, an opportunity presented itself to play professionally in Europe.  Not looking back, Steve pursued his true passion and went on to play 10 years in Europe.  His career took him to Britain, France, Sweden, Italy, Australia and New Zealand, gaining life long friendships, experiences, and wisdom that proved to be invaluable. Throughout his amateur and Professional career, his off seasons were spent travelling throughout various cities in North American, based out of Toronto, teaching hockey camps to youths.  Hockey has not only been Steve's passion, but its been a  way of life for 30 years.


Becoming a Resident of Alliston in 2010, Steve is excited to get involved in the community by giving back to the game that has provided him a lifetime of experiences and memories.  Hockey Evolution Canada, and its team, hopes to provide players with the most advanced, elite level training and techniques in combination with keeping the game fun and exciting.  Having Hockey Evolution Canada come to Alliston is a great asset to the community!

​     "Our goal is to pay attention to detail and

​                                           improve ourselves one shift at a time"

                  

      "Don't just play to the standard,

                                            set the standard!"                        

 

                                                             ~ Steve Kaye~

                                                                Chief Instructor