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My Mission

Our mission is to provide youth athletes, families, and organizations the opportunity to develop and learn from elite level coaches that have had playing and or coaching experience at the highest levels of hockey. We are here to give you all of the tools necessary to reach your goals and to have success through out your hockey journey. 


Shane Madolora

Owner and Lead Instructor 

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Owner, Shane Madolora, has over 17 years of playing and coaching with elite championship winning programs at the highest levels of hockey in the United States and Europe. Shane has played tier 2 junior hockey in the North American Hockey League and tier 1 junior hockey United States Hockey League. Shane was able to move on after playing for consecutive championship winning teams in St. Louis and Omaha to play NCAA Division One at Rochester Institute of Technology. Shane played at RIT from 2009-2012 and was part of the Tigers team that made a run to the 2010 Frozen Four in Detroit. Upon graduation Shane embarked on a four year journey in professional hockey that would include stops in the East Coast Hockey League, Central Hockey League, Ligue Magnus (France top league), Seri-A (Italian top league), Elite Ice Hockey League (United Kingdoms top league). Shane also had opportunities with San Jose Sharks NHL rookie camp, Rochester Americans AHL training camp, and Oklahoma City Barons AHL training camp throughout his professional career.

Upon retiring from playing overseas Shane began his coaching career full time. He was able to obtain a position back at his alma mater RIT, as a NCAA Division One assistant coach with the women’s hockey program. Shane coached there for three years with main focus on goaltenders, defensemen, video break down, special teams, and skill and fundamental development with players. After three seasons at RIT Shane was able to accept a new challenge in junior hockey which began as an Associate Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel with the Rochester Jr. Monarchs USPHL NCDC team, which later lead to Shane being named Head Coach part way through the season. 


​Junior Hockey

  • Seattle Totems (PIJHL)- 2004-2005 Season

  • Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL)- 2005- 2006 season, 2006 (first half) season

  • St. Louis Bandits (NAHL)- 2006- 2007 (second half) season

  • Omaha Lancers (USHL)- 2007-2008 season

College Hockey

  • Rochester Institute of Technology- NCAA Division One 2009-20012

Professional Hockey

  • Stockton Thunder and Las Vegas Wranglers (ECHL)- end of 2012 season

  • Tulsa Oilers (CHL)- 2012-2013 Season, 2013-2014 season

  • Briançon Les Diables Rouges (Ligue Magnus- France)- 2014-2015 season

  • Valpellice Bulldogs (Seri A- Italy)- 2015-2016 season (first half)

  • Nottingham Panthers (EIHL- England)- 2015-2016 season (second half) 


  • Rochester Institute of Technology-2016-2019

  • Rochester Jr. Monarchs NCDC- 2019-2020

Coaching Achievements:

  • Advanced 10 players on to higher levels of junior and/or college hockey 2019-2020

  • Coached 3 AHCA All-American Scholar Selections 2018-2019

  • Coached and developed the College Hockey America Player of the Year 2018-2019

Playing Achievements:

  • Elite Ice Hockey League (UK) Challenge Cup Champion (Regular Season tournament) 2016

  • Elite Ice Hockey League (UK) Playoff Champion 2016

  • Coppa Italia (Italian Cup) (Italy) Champion (Regular Season tournament) 2015

  • RIT Men’s Ice Hockey Team, NCAA Division One athletics 2009-2012NCAA Division One Category Record Holder for RIT:

    • Most Shutouts, Career

    • Highest Save Percentage, Career

    • Goals Against Average, Career

  • RIT Senior Athlete of the Year 2012

  • RIT Men’s Hockey Dan Burrow Award 2012

  • Atlantic Hockey Association First Team All-Conference 2011, 2012

  • Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team 2012

  • Inside College Hockey All American, Second team 2011

  • Atlantic Hockey Association Goaltender of the Year 2011

  • NCAA Statistical Champion (Save Percentage) 2011

  • Atlantic Hockey Association Regular Season Champions 2010, 2011

  • Participant in NCAA Division One Frozen Four 2010

  • United States Hockey League Anderson Cup Champion (Regular Season champion) 2008

  • United States Hockey League Clark Cup Champion (Playoff Champion) 2008

  • North American Hockey League Robertson Cup Champion (Playoff Champion) 2007

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