MCN Canada Owner
Head Advisor & Head Skills Coach

Matt Gorman has a strong background in ice hockey. Growing up in St. Albert. AB, Matt went on to play Junior hockey in the Aberta (AJHL) for the Bow Valley Eagles and the Fort Saskatchewan Traders. It was while playing for the Traders that Matt became only the 8th player in league history to score over 60 goals in a season and was named league MVP.

His play earned him a scholarship offer to play DI collegiate hockey at the University of North Dakota, but turned Pro instead.
Matt spent the next 11 seasons playing professionally in both the US and Europe. While in Europe he spent time in Germany and Italy, winning 2 league championships and 2 scoring titles along the way. He retired from pro hockey in 2008.

Matt currently owns and operates MCN Shooting and Skill Development Facilities in various locations in the Edmonton Area. He is actively involved in many minor hockey associations offering team and player skill development. He also runs various camps during the year in and around the Edmonton area and is PEP certified.

Matt’s dedication to the game is shown through his passion and ability to help young athletes work and strive towards their goals. He has tremendous team work ethic and has developed The MCN Team with this mind set. He believes in advocating for his players and looks out for their best interest when guiding and mentoring them through the recruitment and training process.