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 his team ran Nashville’s latest draft picks through a series of PEP drills, focusing on identifying key areas to improve upon and educating players on how to push their games to the next level.
Next up, Nick Quinn, PEP’s Vice President of Skill Development and top on-ice instructor, was off to LA to work with hockey agency CAA’s top prospects. Thanks to CAA Hockey for a great highlight video on its Instagram.
It was then over to Traverse City where the PEP team played a similar role for the Red Wings prospects. Detroit Red Wings Director of Player Development Shawn Horcoff implemented the PEP system with the team’s AHL affiliate and 2017 Calder Cup champions, the Grand Rapids Griffins, this season. Shawn and his team wanted all of Detroit’s draft picks to gain exposure to PEP and understand how it can help their games to one day play for the big club. Hear more from Shawn and the Red Wings prospects below.
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) July 9, 2017
The PEP team will continue to work with NHLers and top prospects throughout the summer as these athletes push themselves to reach new heights. If you would like to train like the Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings, there are still spaces at a number of our summer camps across North America, including our Toronto Camp. See the below links to register and #rethinkyourtraining