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Islanders Take Ho-Sang 28th Overall.

PEP graduate Josh Ho-Sang, was drafted 28th in the first round of the NHL draft in Philadelphia. The Islanders traded up to acquire the Super Skilled Ho-Sang. Josh led the Windsor Spitfires with 53 assists and 85 points in 67 games, and tied for the team lead with 32 goals. Josh started training with Power

New PEP Ambassador Sam Steel

Sam Steel, entering his first season with the Regina Pats was drafted 2nd overall after registering 104 points – including 52 goals – in 31 games with the bantam Sherwood Park (Alta.) Flyers during the 2012- 13 season. Hockey Canada recently announced that Steel will play for Team Canada at the upcoming World Under-17 Hockey

Dylan Sadowy – Saginaw Spirit – OHL

PEP graduate Dylan Sadowy was left off the Central Scouting list at the beginning of the season but has impressed the scouts since, scoring 9 goals and 2 assists in 20 games. Dylan has worked hard during the off season and has trained with PEP weekly the past two summers. Dylan has made huge strides

Connor Brown – Erie Otters – OHL – Toronto Maple Leafs Prospect

PEP Graduate Connor Brown is having an outstanding season with the league leading Otters. The Toronto Maple Leafs Prospect is the OHL top scorer with 88 points including 28 goals and 60 assists in 43 games. Connor is also the OHL player of the week for the second time. Connor and the Erie Otters started

Josh Ho-Sang – Windsor Spitfires – OHL

Congratulations to PEP graduate Josh-Ho-Sang of the Windsor Spitfires, who was selected to play in the BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game held in Calgary January 15th, 2014. Josh is one of the most skilled players I have had the pleasure to train with PEP over the years. He is the type of player with many

Stephen Anderson

Started training with PEP 3 years ago in Atlantic Canada with Don MacAdam. Stephen has made major strides this season putting up 27 points in 63 games in his second year with the Saint John Sea Dogs of the QMJHL. Stephen jumped to 127th on NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings after not being ranked in

Jimmy Lodge

With the Ontario Hockey League season coming to an end it’s hard to pick a more improved player this season than Jimmy Lodge. Lodge’s rookie season a year ago saw him put up 12 points in only 45 games. However, a year later Lodge is on every NHL scouts radar for the June Entry Draft

Robert Polesello

Polesello’s first year at the University of Vermont was one most NCAA freshman would envy. Polesello finished fifth in team scoring with 13 points and finished first in team rookie scoring. Robert was also named to the Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup All-Star team. Polesello finished with 5 goals, 13 Assists and 6 PIM. Robert’s adjustment

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

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