PARTNER TEAMS

14% of the NHL Draft
Trained with PEP

Development Partner
of the Vancouver Canucks

Development Partner
of the Nashville Predators

Development Partner
of the Detroit Red Wings

Official Sponsor of the
2018 World Junior Championship

Development Partner
of Calder Cup Champions
Grand Rapids Griffins

Development Partner
of the Milwaukee Admirals

Regina Pats (WHL)

Erie Otters (OHL)

Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
2011 Memorial Cup Champions

Brandan Wheat Kings (WHL)

Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)

Oshawa Generals (OHL)
2015 Memorial Cup Champions

Halifax Moose Heads (QMJHL)
2013 Memorial Cup Champions

USA National Team U17/18
Development Program

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Hockey Alberta
Development Partner

“Like I said, I`m an old school guy but seeing this today was very impressive. I plan on training every Monday afternoon, usually we have Sunday`s off so Monday is our practice day, so i think we will do this 45 minutes the start of the week as long as our schedule allows. If you start this at the novice/atom level it’s going to be outstanding, most of our kids did this for the first time today and they really enjoyed and thought it was excellent and their comments back to me were, why wasn’t I doing this at novice, atom and peewee.“

- Gerard Gallant
Head Coach, Vegas Golden Knights
Memorial Cup Champion, Saint John Sea Dogs

THE PEP ACADEMY

The Power Edge Pro™ academy program was used at one of the first private sport schools in the greater Toronto area. This private school academy had 52 boys enrolled in the hockey program. Five years later, here is where those players are:

6 players drafted
3 in the first round
1 first overall pick

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4 players are playing
in the AHL

21 players were drafted
15 are playing
7 were 1st round picks
2 were drafted 1st overall

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7 players received
scholarships

45 OF THE 52 PLAYERS GRADUATED TO JUNIOR HOCKEY AND ABOVE!

One of those students was Connor McDavid who was the 1st overall pick for the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, and who is our official PEP Ambassador.

"I think this equipment is excellent to improve skills, it's very beneficial. It's new ideas. It's new technology. It's new language lingo. It's very interesting and it's going to be good."

- John Paddock
Former NHL Coach/Head Coach Regina Pats (WHL)

COACHES WHO HAVE TRAINED WITH PEP