With Playoffs on the Horizon, Don’t forget why you play the game. This should be the Best Time of the year!
What Type Of Teammate Are You?
This week we are very fortunate to have former NHLer and current Golden Bear assistant coach Fernando Pisani join us for 4 question Friday. Fernando was picked 195th overall by his hometown Edmonton Oilers in the 1996 NHL draft after having a stellar year for the St. Albert Saints, putting up 103 points in 58 […]
This week’s guest is the owner of Core Hockey Training, Blair Becker. Blair has been involved in hockey instruction for over 15 years. He has worked with athletes from all levels and has multiple years of coaching experience in minor and junior hockey. Like us, Blair believes there is more to the game than just […]
Today we talk to the face of the leading off-season hockey training facility in Alberta, Doug Crashley. Douglas Crashley, BSc., CSCS Crash, the President/Founder of Crash Conditioning has worked with 1000’s of athletes, but primarily those from hockey, and looks to influence the way the field transfers athletic performance to on ice success. A professional […]
For this week’s four questions we have the University of Alberta Golden Bears head coach Serge Lajoie. As a player Serge patrolled the blue line for the Golden Bears for 5 years winning a national title in 1992 and was named the Canada West defenseman of the year in 1993. He returned to the team […]
This weeks 4 Q Friday is the second part of our series with the owners of Above The Crease Goaltending (ATC) and features Dave Rathjen. Dave grew up playing AAA hockey in Penticton, B.C. before going on to a successful junior career in the WHL and BCHL. After junior, he attended the University of Alberta […]
This weeks 4 Q Friday features Jamie McCaig in part one of two with the owners of Above The Crease Goaltending (ATC). A product of Penticton, Jamie played both his minor and junior hockey in BC. He went on to play in the CIS for the Brandon Bobcats and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns before […]
Training to be a Hockey Player: The Balancing Act When I think back to when I was 18 years old, I had just finished my first year of Junior ‘A’, playing for the Waywayseecappo Wolverines of the MJHL. After a rough season of 17 wins and 45 losses, we all went in for our exit […]