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Name: Cameron Reid DOB: April 8, 2007, Aylmer, ON. Cam started training with Power Edge Pro at 6 years of age. During the 2015 16 hockey season, Cam played for the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs ’06 AAA team as a defenseman and was thrilled to help his team win the minor atom Alliance Championship. During the
The guys at NHL Tonight talk about PEP Ambassadors growth after his rookie season with the Edmonton Oilers. Click the image below to see the video on NHL.com.
Winners of the Gold in Jasper. 2003 AAA PEP ELITE team. L to R Loch Gordon, Josh Hoekstra, Brett Hyland and Matt Smith #TrainLikeConnor #PEPHockeyTraining #PEPEdmonton
It was more good news for Alberta teams in the Midget AAA circuit. The Lloydminster Bandit Pipeline Bobcats advanced to the 2016 Telus Cup(Quispamsis, NB, April 18-24) by sweeping the best-of-three Pacific Regional series against British Columbia’s Valley West Hawks, 2-0. The team has done PEP sessions throughout season with Head Coach Travis Clayton, and couple with colleague Adam Huxley. Many of
The Grimsby 2003 Kings had an undefeated OMHA playoffs. Winning the Niagara Zone 6 games straight. Quarter Finals defeating St. Thomas Stars. Semi Finals was against rivals Burlington Eagles. Grimsby came out on top to gain birth into the OMHA finals against Nobleking Knights. The Knights were the heavy favourites as the won the International
Alberta Winter Games Champions, Gold Medal Winners!! From L To R: Loc Gordon, Brett Hyland, Matt Smith, Hudson Norris, Josh Hoekstra, Ryan Duguay. All members of the 2003 POWER EDGE PRO ELITE SPRING TEAM! Congratulations Boys!! Awesome Win! #TrainLikeConnor #PEPHockeyTraining #HockeyTraining #Alberta
Alex Akena, 10 years old -started training with PEP in 2014 in London -he currently plays defence for the London junior knights AAA 2005 -he likes PEP because it has helped him improve his skating, transitions and stick-handling #TrainLikeConnor #PEPHockeyTraining #LondonON #HockeyTraining #LJKHockey
The Lethbridge Hurricanes skated to a 6-1 win against Red Deer to finish the Christmas break with a record of 24-11. The Canes have made huge gains this season in comparison to last year, leading the WHL with 148 goals scored and the top power play. Congratulations to G.M. Peter Anholt and Head Coach Brent
Throughout this past summer, two Groups of Pro players took to the ice in Oakville and Vancouver to put their skills to the test with elite level “Reactive Hockey Training Circuits”. At speeds of 30-40 Km per hour, players had to execute “Reactive Agility” maneuvers with ‘Resistance” and quick “Countering” of tactical puck movements while