Maggie Connors – 2012 Canadian Tire Skills Competition Winner

Congratulations Maggie Connors! Winner of the 2012 Canadian Tire Skills Competition held in Ottawa for the NHL All-Star Weekend. Maggie is a PEP student that has been working on her skills with PEP instructor and V.P. Don MacAdam in Atlantic Canada. Congrats Maggie! Canadian Tire Hockey School – NHL Junior Skills     

New training device gives local hockey players ‘an edge’

EMC Sports – Every minor hockey league player dreams of being the next Sidney Crosby. At a recent training camp in Smiths Falls about 60 area hockey players got the chance to test their skills toward this goal using a new training device called Power Edge Pro. Mike Millotte, coach of the Rideau Lakes Hockey

Getting an Edge in Hockey

Islander brings on-ice training device to P.E.I. help young hockey players develop their skills Some Island minor hockey players have been using a new and innovative training tool to give themselves an extra on-ice edge over their opponents. Power Edge Pro on-ice training hockey mechanism had its third session Sunday in Pownal, helping players develop

Ryan Murphy – Kitchener Rangers (OHL)

Ryan Murphy is an offensive defenceman, known as a great skater who loves to carry the puck out of the defensive zone. Last season, he was the second highest scoring defenceman in the OHL. Drafted by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 1st round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, Murphy’s puck-moving ability and his uncanny

Skills Academy – Weekly Training

More than ever today hockey is about speed and agility and the ability to play in small areas. Players need to have strong puck control skills and be able to execute these skills at a high tempo. During a typical one hour Power Edge Pro training a player – takes 50 shots, executes 45 cross

Power Edge Pro Skating and Skills Camps – 2-4 Days of Intensive Training

Skating is considered the most important hockey skill. It is the foundation for success in hockey. PEP uses unique high-tempo drills performed with players having a puck on their stick. Camps will usually be offered during school breaks (e.g. Spring Break), weekends, and pre-season periods. There will typically be 1-3 sessions daily. Key benefits include:

Power Edge Pro Defenseman Camps – Specific Defenseman Training

The focus is position specific to become an elite defenseman. Learn how to read fore check pressure with quick escape skating, gap control, angling, play along the boards, and strong net front coverage. There will be defensive play emphasis on-defensive zone play, defending the rush, 1-on-1, 2-on-1 tactics. We will cover offensive situations–power play, joining

Summer Camps – Week Long Training

More than ever today hockey is about speed and agility and the ability to play in small areas. Players need to have strong puck control skills and be able to execute these skills at a high tempo. During a typical one hour Power Edge Pro training a player–takes 50 shots, executes 45 cross overs, 85

Nick Quinn – Oshawa Generals (OHL)

Acquired in 2010, just prior to the season, Nick Quinn will look to build on a solid first season in the OHL. A former 2nd round pick of the Sudbury Wolves the 18-year old defender will have an increased role on the Generals blueline this year, especially on the powerplay. He has shown great vision

Daniel Catenacci – Owen Sound Attack (OHL)

Daniel Catenacci , originally the 1st pick overall on the 2008 OHL draft is a gifted player that can play skilled or grit it out in the corners. Considered a very hard player to play against because of his competitiveness. Has an excellent combination of playmaking abilities and good anticipation but can finish with the

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