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Hockey Alberta to Partner with Power Edge Pro Hockey

December 22, 2017 RED DEER – Hockey Alberta, jointly with Power Edge Pro Hockey (PEP), is pleased to announce PEP as its official skill development partner moving into 2018. The partnership entails extensive use of the PEP training system, known as Reactive Countering TrainingTM, from grassroots to elite level hockey programs across Alberta. “Hockey Alberta

PEP named Official Partner of the IIHF World Junior Championship

Power Edge Pro is pleased to announce the finalization of its partnership with the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, New York this December and January. PEP will be featured throughout the tournament’s venues, including the KeyBank Center, the HarborCenter, and New Era Field. PEP and the IIHF World Junior Championship have many common

Alex Debrincat Turning Heads at Chicago Prospects Camp

  Power Edge Pro student and Blackhawks 2016 second round pick Alex Debrincat is turning heads at the Traverse City Prospect tournament. The eight team tournament consists of the Chicago Blackhawks, St Louis Blues, Columbus Blue Jackets, Carolina Hurricanes, Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, New York Rangers and host Detroit Red Wings and showcases top young

PEP Toronto Camp: Grassroots Development at its Best

The PEP Team took a brief break from professional player development this week to run the annual Power Edge Pro youth camp at Westwood Arena in Toronto, with 40 players participating in the 5 day camp. Attendees ranging from age 8 to 14 were on the ice for 2.5 hours per day, and enjoyed an

Power Edge Pro & The Future of the NHL

For the Power Edge Pro team, there is no off season. Just two weeks after the Pittsburgh Penguins (including PEP athlete Scott Wilson) hoisted the Stanley Cup, the PEP team was in Nashville to run two days of the Predators development camp. Alongside Preds Director of Player Development Scott Nichol, PEP Founder Joe Quinn and

PEP Junior Ambassador Connor McClennon Goes 2nd overall in WHL bantam Draft

Congratulations to PEP Junior Ambassador Connor McClennon on going 2nd Overall to the Kootenay Ice in the Bantam WHL Draft today! Here’s a quick snippet from the WHL draft preview: “forward Connor McClennon is coming off a dominant year with the Pursuit of Excellence Bantam Prep where he notched 99 points (45G-54A) in 30 games. The product

PEP students continue dominance at World Junior Championship

  Canada defeated Slovakia last night, allowing only 6 shots against. Canada’s dominance is evident as we move deeper into preliminary play. Power Edge Pro student Taylor Raddish contributes a goal to the victory and has been an impressive addition to this years Team Canada roster.    Image above – Canada forward Taylor Raddysh (16) celebrates his goal with teammates Matt Barzal (14)

Transitions PT1 Film about Connor McDavid airs Thusday

Connor McDavid – Transitions – Part 1 – Opening Trailer on Vimeo The half hour documentary that follows the young hockey phenom during his final year in junior hockey.    Watch a preview here: http://vimeo.com/114713239

Hockey Now Feature Story tells how Connor McDavid developed his skills with PEP

Hockey Now Cover Story this week features PowerEdgePro Hockey Training System and Connor McDavid “Connor McDavid is a pretty unstoppable player. He’s near impossible to beat one-on-one, and is able to simultaneously work his hands and feet at top speed. He’s been using small area/resistance training since he was nine years old, and since then,

Gudbranson scores three with the help of Power Edge Pro-See Story

Reprint – September 18, 2013 | By Harvey Fialkov, Sun Sentinel Panthers’ Gudbranson hopes to be improve offense this season – Young defenseman hopes to bolster offense on power play; Panthers fall 3-2 to Dallas in shootout CORAL SPRINGS – It might not be a coincidence that Panthers third-year defenseman Erik Gudbranson has scored three