Zach MacVoy joined the USNTDP after a couple of successful stints with local teams that included Little Ceaser’s and Compuware (Detroit-area junior teams). He also won a USA Hockey National Championship with his hometown Pee Wee AA team, the Livonia Knights. MacVoy played the 2003-04 season with the national U-17 squad. He spent the 2004-05 season with the U-18 team, where he posted 26 points (7goals, 19 assists) in 53 games played. He also played for Team USA at the U-18 Four Nations tournament and the Five Nations tournament during the last calendar year.
MacVoy is an average skater who displays a good center of gravity. It wouldn’t hurt him to polish his overall skating fundamentals. He is an extremely poised player who can be a very effective forechecker. He has good hands and is very effective with the puck in traffic. MacVoy shows some prowess in the offensive zone, though he needs to find his touch to be a consistent threat. MacVoy will most likely be a more effective two-way player rather than an offensive threat.