Our Team


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Ian Spencer

Born and raised in Hawthorne, New Jersey. Grew up playing for the North Jersey Avalanche before beginning his five year career in junior hockey in the USHL, NAHL, and USPHL. Currently, defenseman playing Division III hockey. Brought the idea to his friends about building a brand that focused on making positive change. 

"We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools."

-Martin Luther King Jr.

  

Scott Cuthrell

Scott is from Waterford, Michigan and is a die hard Detroit sports fan. He finished his junior career with the Soo Eagles in the NAHL, and moved on to play his college hockey at Nichols College. In 2017-18, he was captain of the team, and led the Bison to a CCC Championship and NCAA Elite 8 Appearance. Scott's a people person and a true leader on the ice, in the classroom, and in the workplace. 

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

- Mahatma Gandhi

 

Mikayla Castro

Growing up in Killingworth, Connecticut, Mikayla played hockey for the CT Polar Bears and Brewster Bulldogs. She left home to attend Canterbury Prep School for her junior and senior seasons. Now, she is the assistant captain for a Division III NCAA Women's Ice Hockey program. For Hockey Players for Humanity, Mikayla is the creative mind behind the brand including designing the logos and all the graphics on our sites and social medias.

"Creativity sparks in the minds of those who break down the barrier of norms surrounding them." 

 

Adam Morrison 

Adam Morrison grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, in Maccomb, Michigan. Morrison played for the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees in the NAHL for two years before finishing his junior career with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the USHL. With his combination of toughness on the ice and fun, loving personality off the ice, Adam has been a fan favorite and face in the community wherever he has played.

"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right."

-Henry Ford