Local youth hockey players had a chance to skate with former professional hockey player Steve MacSwain last weekend during the Steve MacSwain Hockey Camp at Treadwell Ice Arena. MacSwain played high school hockey for East Anchorage and club hockey for the Anchorage North Star Hockey team in the 1970s. He then played junior hockey for the United States Hockey League, college for the University of Minnesota and was the first Alaskan drafted into the National Hockey League, going to the Calgary Flames. He played nine professional seasons in Canada and Europe and was a U.S. National Team member in the 1990 World Championships. MacSwain finished his career with the Anchorage Aces from 1995-99 and is currently rink manager of the MTA Center in Palmer, Alaska. MacSwain donated a signed photo of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Gold Medal winning hockey team to the Treadwell Arena. The camp was hosted by the Juneau-Douglas Ice Association.