Life At HTI

Live and train in the heart of elite hockey in Ontario!


Located in Mulmur, Ontario, HTI is a fairly rural setting. We are surrounded by picturesque hills and farms. The night sky is an incredible view and we have the luxury of hosting bonfires and countless outdoor activities throughout the year. It is a very safe and friendly area with plenty of opportunities to go hiking, swimming, and biking. At the same time, we are only a short drive from nearby towns of Shelburne, Alliston, and Orangeville. Players and families have easy access to grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, restaurants, golf courses, hotels, movie theaters, and shopping centers. Also, we are just 30 minutes from Barrie or 45 minutes from Toronto, so there is always something happening in the area. 

There is endless hockey to watch! Ontario is home to two women's professional hockey teams, the Toronto Furies and Brampton Thunder, both in the CWHL. The Barrie Colts OHL Hockey Club plays at the Molson Center as their home arena. There are several boys' Junior A teams in neighboring towns that compete in the GMHL. And of course, the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs can be viewed at the Air Canada Center in downtown Toronto. 




HTI players live as a tight family among their peers from around the world. In a busy schedule of school, training and hockey games, there is also some time to relax. The residential facility features a games room with video games, ping-pong table and foosball table, and a TV lounge. There is Wi-Fi throughout the facility, so students can spend time online talking with family and friends, or browse the net in the comfort of their own rooms.  

Our weight room is also open 24/7 for players to take advantage of in their free time. 

When the cold inevitably comes around, HTI’s “Outdoor Hockey Rink” will be built and flooded for some good old-fashioned Pond Hockey.


There are many off-campus activities we do as a group during the season. Team trips to Canada’s Wonderland, Hockey Hall of Fame, Wasaga Beach, Niagara Falls, etc. are all part of the program. 

HTI staff members are also available and do their best to accommodate the players with providing transportation in the evenings and on the weekends to get out and go shopping, to the movies, or just to grab a bite in town. We are only a short drive away from Walmart, Georgian Mall, Vaughan Mills Shopping Center, Cineplex Movie Theater, and numerous restaurants. 


Nutritious meals are essential for elite athletes in training and competition. Our cafeteria is located within the residential facility, where a staff of professional cooks under our chef’s supervision prepare a variety of quality meals. Students receive three meals plus snacks daily. Players are educated about the value of a nutritious diet and our kitchen staff communicate with us daily about dietary needs and preferences. Students with special health and dietary needs are accommodated. 

Nutritional Advice

We hire the services of a professional nutritionist to help our staff and our players better understand what diet an athlete should follow for him/her to perform at the top of their ability.

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  • Katherine Gale / University of Toronto " After being coached by Jenya, the skills and knowledge that they gave me allowed me to progress and develop to a new higher level to compete at both International and University standard. The coaching... "

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    Katherine Gale / University of Toronto

  • Hannah Desjarlais, Hockey Player " My experience at the HTI training camp was definitely one to remember. The great environment really benefited my experience when it came to off ice training with some really great coaches and peers. ... "

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    Hannah Desjarlais, Hockey Player

  • " My daughter, Kallin, attended HTI's summer training camp this past July. Not only did she come back a stronger player who is more motivated than ever to pursue her dream of playing hockey at the high... "

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  • Eri kiribuchi " I met Jenya during my high school time and I was playing on girls' team of one organization and Jenya was coaching men's team of the same organization at that time. we had very small interaction, but ... "

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