Jefferson Health Flyers Skate Zone at Northeast Philly
Dave MacIsaac established his footing in the ice hockey industry when he won the NCAA championship with the University of Maine in 1992-1993. It was that year that he also was selected for the Hockey East All-Rookie team. During his collegiate career MacIsaac majored in Physical Education with a concentration in Teaching and Coaching, which helped served in well in his career.
In 1995, Dave began his professional hockey career in the International Hockey League. It was a career that would consist of well over 750 professional games and take him to the NHL's primary feeder league, the American Hockey League.
He played nearly 14 seasons of professional hockey and accomplished many prestigious things such as winning the Calder Cup. After his playing career Dave would move on to coaching. He led the Danbury Mad Hatters (EPHL) to a 30-18-2 record as the Head Coach in 2008-2009.
Continuing his coaching career in 2009, Dave would become the Head Coach of the Louisiana IceGators (SPHL). For the 2011-2012 season he would assume the same role as Head Coach for Bjorninn HC of the Icelandic Hockey League. Under the AHL's 2001 Plus/Minus Player of the Year command, Bjorninn HC won the league championship that same year. Later he would also be named Assistant Coach of the Icelandic National Team, and was head coach of the team when they won a bronze medal at the World Championships.
In his personal time he enjoys attending celebrity charity events, playing golf, swimming, and reading. Dave also speaks 5 different languages: English, French, Russian, Icelandic, and Italian.
Dave looks forward to bringing his hockey knowledge and experience to the young hockey players in the Philadelphia area!