Doug MacCormack has been involved in hockey since he was three years old. He played youth hockey in Syracuse, New York for the Syracuse Stars. In 1994, his team won the National Championship at the AAA level. In 1995, that same team went on to win the World Cup of Pee Wee hockey, having won the 36th annual Tournoi De Quebec in Quebec City. They were the first team from the United States to ever win that tournament at the highest level.
Doug played high school hockey at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Massachusetts. In 2000, he went on to play Division III college hockey at Lebanon Valley College. As a freshman, LVC went on to win the ECAC Northeast Championship. MacCormack is 5th all-time in LVC scoring history, posting 101 points in 101 games. In his final year at LVC, MacCormack was the team Captain and led the team in scoring, as well as earned a spot on the ECAC Northeast All Conference Team.
Doug's coaching philosophy centers around skill development in skating, stick handling, passing and shooting. He truly loves the game and hopes that his passion and enthusiasm for the sport will show up at practice and allow the kids to learn and have fun while they are doing it. He wants to see the kids become skilled and intelligent hockey players.