On behalf of our incredible staff we would like to sincerely thank you from the bottom of our hearts for an incredible summer. This was one of the most rewarding summers of teaching and mentorship that I have been apart of.
From the newest clients to the more senior members and personal clients we have witnessed some incredible growth! With all of the emails pouring in with success stories throughout Canada , USA and Europe we are so incredibly humbled by the success stories!
Our fall programs have already started registration so we will see you soon!
Stay tuned for the release of EG365!!!
All our best
On July 11th through 15th some of the best coaches in the world from 5 different NHL teams and some of the most sought after skill development coaches came together for 1 common goal... to create an NHL "Style" Development camp for athletes in from Bantam through Junior Hockey.
The mission was to provide them the same experience that Austin Matthews the NHL's number 1 overall draft choice experienced just 1 week prior. With new Associate head Coach of the Ottawa Senators and former head coach for Austin Matthews in Europe there was no doubt that this would best resemble our mission.
ELITE HOCKEY COACHING STAFF
Marc Crawford and Rob Cookson from the Ottawa Senators,
Glen Gulutzan new Head Coach of the Calgary Flames,
Willie Desjardins Head Coach of the Vancouver Canucks,
Mike Valley Director of GoaltendingDevelopment of the Dallas Stars
William Rahm Goalie Coach HV71
Pasco Valana Goaltending Coach Elite Goalies and Hockey Canada
Ron Johnson NHL Skills and shooting coach for 40 NHL CLients
and several support staff took athletes through 10 hour days , 18 ice sessions and 10 lectures on exactly what all the players needed to do to make the successful transition from Midget and Junior Hockey into the business of hockey.
Thank you to all of the coaches and participants !!!!
Registration for 2017 starts soon!
Professional Goaltending Coach
Elite Goalies (Ottawa Canada)
I do not count the reps when I workout, I only count the reps when it starts hurting. ~ Mohamed Ali