Registration will open for the summer of 2018 on February 17. Small groups from summer 2017 have until February 15 to re-book. Any remaining ice slots will be offered after that date. If you want a small group, and you are not a returning client, please email me your request ASAP as small groups will get precedent over Stride/Transition groups. Bantam age (and older) small groups are eligible to request any week of the summer. Younger than Bantam groups can only request the weeks of August 20 and August 27.
June 2017 I returned to Denver to work for/with Brett Clark, current director of player development for the Colorado Avalanche. Brett and I have spent a part of 19 summers on the ice together and we continue to learn from each other! Brett joined us in Regina in July 2017. His knowledge regarding customizing skate profiles is second to none and he made many recommendations to players regarding this issue while he was here. Players rave about the changes he makes! Improvement in all skating motion just by reprofiling blades! How great is that. I am booked to go back to Denver and Brett says he will join us in Regina at some time during summer 2018.
In spite of the rumours to the contrary, I am still working during the hockey season. Please contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Co-Instructor Kim Casavant
Kim is now booking her own ice/groups/classes with my 100% endorsement. Please contact her directly for summer 2018 information. email@example.com.
Training for the Lockout
The NHL lockout is forcing players to find news ways to stay in game shape. Liane Davis is a Regina power-skating coach who has spent all summer getting NHL players ready for the season.
Liane Davis has been working with hockey players on their skating for 16 years. One of her prized pupils is Saskatchewan’s own Brooks Laich. Liane talks about her experiences with Brooks on The Afternoon Edition.
Players from all 31 NHL teams, all 22 WHL teams, various OHL and QMJHL teams, 40 NCAA teams, Europe and every Junior A league in Canada have participated in Liane’s Saskatchewan-based camps.