Marco Fabbrini

Coordinator & Power Skating Instructor

Marco Fabbrini started Victory Hockey in 2009. He helped lead his High School Hockey Team to the State Finals where he was named Team co-MVP and received an All-State Team award. The following year he briefly played Jr. A hockey in Ontario, Canada. During the same season, while 18 years old a door opened for him to practice with six professional hockey teams in the UHL and ECHL. At the age of 19 he attended the Muskegon Fury’s main camp of the UHL. He was then given the opportunity to play for ESC Wedemark in Hanover, Germany. The following hockey season Marco was invited to the St. Louis Blues NHL rookie camp. Marco has found a passion instructing players of all ages in the game of hockey. Marco encourages that each player was created for a purpose and for them to actively pursue their God given dreams. One of his favorite Bible verses is Jeremiah 29:11 which says, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Marco is available for private and semi private lessons in Los Angeles, CA and during our seasonal hockey camps July & December in Traverse City, MI. You can contact him directly at marco@victoryhockey.com for lessons.

Sergio Fabbrini

Former Michigan High School Hockey Player
& State 
Champion

Sergio Fabbrini is Carlo’s and Marco’s younger brother and has been an instructor for Victory Hockey & Fabbrini Hockey since 2005. When Sergio was 16 years old his slap shot was clocked over 90 mph! He has instructed at well over 100 Hockey Camps. Sergio was also a part of the 2006 Traverse City Central High School State Championship Varsity Hockey team and in 2007 he was named team Captain. Sergio has found a passion teaching hockey and is a great role model for young athletes. In his spare time, Sergio enjoys cooking, hiking, speaking Italian, pottery, Porsche’s, and the outdoors. A Bible verse that he lives by is, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

Sunshine De La O

Figure Skating Pro

Sunshine is based in Pasadena, CA and has been skating for 14+ years and is a Nationals & Sectionals Medalist. She coaches both figure skaters and hockey players. Sunshine specializes in Edge Work and Power/ Free Skating. We are super grateful to have her help at our camps.

Sunshine is available for private and semi private lessons in Los Angeles, CA. You can contact her directly at sunshinedelao@gmail.com for lessons.

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Jared VanWormer

Professional Hockey Player | Romania, ECHL, & AHL

Meet Jared VanWormer! Jared is a part of our rock star coaching staff in Michigan. As an active professional hockey player he has tons of experience to pass on to athletes. Not only a gifted teacher but he is excellent role model. Jared was born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan. His father Larry Derda played professional hockey for the Traverse City Bays in the USHL. Jared played high school hockey for Traverse City Central Trojans and played junior hockey in the NAHL between Traverse City and the Soo Eagles. Jared won the NAHL MVP and forward of the year. He went on to play hockey for four years for the Division 1 Ferris State Bulldogs where he was captain his senior year. In 2022-23 Jared completed his sixth year pro while playing for ASC Corona Brasov in the Romanian Erste Liga. He has also played in the ECHL and was selected as an ECHL all-star and has spent 14 games in the AHL between three teams thus far. He is excited for next season and enjoys golfing, yoga, mountain biking, and cooking in his spare time.

Jared is available for private and semi private lessons in Traverse City, MI in the summertime. You can contact him directly at jaredvanwormer@yahoo.com for lessons.

Dylan Davies

College Hockey Player | RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) | NCAA Division I

Dylan was born and raised in Traverse City, MI. He played AAA hockey for Team Mission from 2015-18 and played junior hockey with the Austin Bruins in the NAHL. In 2019 Dylan played for the Omaha Lancers of the USHL and committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in the ECAC. In 2018, Dylan was also selected to play for the United States U-18 Men’s Team that placed fourth at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Dylan is an excellent role model for young hockey players. He works great with kids and enjoys imparting his hockey IQ and skills to the next generation. When not playing hockey he enjoys boating, soccer, golf, and tennis.

Dylan is available for private and semi private lessons in Traverse City, MI in the spring/ summertime. You can contact him directly at dylanhome@charter.net for lessons.

Ellie Visser

College Hockey Player | Aurora University

Ellie was born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan. She started playing hockey when she was 5 years-old and has been on the ice ever since. Ellie’s youth hockey days were spent in Kalkaska, MI playing for the K-Stars, where she was a top leader in goals and total points every season. After graduating high school in 2021, Ellie committed to play NCAA Division III Women’s Hockey at Aurora University in Illinois. She will graduate with a degree in business in spring of 2025. Ellie recently launched her own training company called Empower Hockey, training athletes on and off ice throughout the summer. She has a synthetic ice facility in Traverse City, MI where she trains players. Ellie is very passionate about the sport and giving back to youth hockey players. Her goal is to improve athletes on the ice as well as instilling core values to help become the best teammate and coachable player.

Ellie is available for private and semi private lessons. You can contact her directly at empowerhockeytraining@gmail.com.

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CHELSEY GOLDBERG

Professional Hockey Player | Northeastern University

Chelsey Goldberg was born and raised in Southern California, and started her hockey career with roller hockey, before she eventually took that passion to the ice rink and started her ice hockey journey at 12 years old. It wasn’t long before her coaches along the way encouraged her to pursue college hockey. Her ice hockey career started by playing with her twin brother on boys teams for the Ventura Mariners, in Simi Valley. After many years of playing boys hockey she decided it was time to switch to the women’s side in order to get noticed and recruited by colleges. She played a couple of seasons in Los Angeles, and eventually got recruited to play at the North American Hockey Academy in Stowe, Vermont. She played two seasons with NAHA, her junior and senior year of high school, and from there was offered a scholarship to play Division 1 College hockey at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Along the way she underwent some adversity, broke both of her legs playing, and was ultimately out of competition for four years. The adversity faced was some of the hardest times in her life, especially as she was being considered in the Team USA Hockey pool, and had dreams to make it to the Olympics. After overcoming those challenges, and graduating college, she was drafted 6th overall by the Boston Blades in the Canadian Women’s Hockey Professional League and proceeded to sign her first pro contract, while pursuing a Masters Degree at Northeastern University. In 2020, she was inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, and in July of 2022 she captained Team USA to a Silver medal at the Maccabiah Games (otherwise known as the Jewish Olympics) in Israel as a member of the inaugural women’s team competing at these games. In late 2022 she was named and presented with a “Legend of the Maccabiah” award for her efforts to get women’s hockey to Israel. Fast-forward to today, she continues to play in her 7th season of professional ice hockey, a member of the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA), as they fight for a sustainable professional women’s hockey league.

She is a highly sought after public speaker and also works on the hockey development team with the Los Angeles Kings. You can contact her to set up a call at chelseygoldbergpr@gmail.com.

Social handles- chelly_bean / Chelsey Goldberg

MASON WHANG

College Hockey Player | University of California, Irvine | ACHA DII

Mason grew up in Pasadena, California, first playing hockey at the age of 7. He has played for different teams across the Southern California area, finishing his youth career in the 2021-2022 season with the Los Angeles Jr. Kings 18U AAA program. He is currently a sophomore attending the University of California, Irvine, who competes in the West Coast Hockey Conference of ACHA Division II. Mason has enjoyed his experience with the game of hockey so far, and is excited to help coach the next generation of players in Southern California.

Brooke Johnson

Figure Skating Pro

Brooke is based in Pasadena, CA and has been skating for 17+ years and is a Nationals & Sectionals Medalist in both pairs and singles skating. She has skating professionally as well and traveled on tour throughout South America with Disney on Ice. She coaches both figure skaters, pairs and hockey players. She specializes in Edge Work and Power/ Free Skating. Brooke is passionate about all of her students and loves to watch each of them grow into the best skaters they can be!

Brooke is available for private and semi private lessons in Pasadena, CA. You can contact her directly at brookejohnson.skate@gmail.com for lessons.

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