Born and raised in Spruce Grove, Nathan Dempsey played his entire minor hockey career in Spruce Grove and then went on to play in the W.H.L for the Regina Pats. He was drafted in the 11th round 245th overall to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1992. Nathan was team captain of the St. John’s Maple Leafs from 1997-2002 and won the Fred T. Hunt AHL League Memorial Award which honours the player best exemplifying the qualities of sportsmanship, determination and dedication to hockey – 2001/2002.
Nathan then went on to play 260 games in the N.H.L as a defence man with Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston. In his career, he has played over 850 games during a 14 year professional career in the N.H.L and A.H.L that spanned Canada, United States, and Europe.
Nathan is currently acting as Campus Director of the hockey program at Vimy Edmonton.
Nathan brings a strong background of experience and reputation to all the hockey camps he runs. Nathan’s ability to connect with and motivate young hockey players makes his hockey training camps second to none.
Nathan is also available for private team practice sessions. Please Contact Nathan to inquire about having him run your teams practice session!