Owner and Director Steven Allan Jensen (born April 14, 1955 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is a former professional ice hockey player. Steve was a clever offensive player who appeared in 438 games in the National Hockey League from 1976-82. For the past 27 years, Steve has served as founding owner & director of the prestigious Heartland Hockey Camp http://www.heartlandhockey.com located in Deerwood, Minnesota. Steve is now a full time teaching professional with over 30 years of instruction experience, including 12 years of experience playing International and NHL hockey, 5 U.S. National Teams, and the 1976 Canada Cup. As a hockey player, at Armstrong High School, in Plymouth, Minnesota, Steve was an All-State performer. At the college level, he was a participant in 2 NCAA championship games, helping win the National Championship, in 1975, while playing at Michigan Tech University. For two consecutive years, Steve was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team. As a freshman at MTU, Steve was honored with the Matovich Top Student/Athlete Award.