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Registration is now open for the summer of 2017!

Spring/summer of 2016 included a trip 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 18 summers on the ice together and we continue to learn from each other!  Some  summer 2016 Regina groups were lucky to benefit from Brett’s knowledge when he joined us for 8 days in Regina. A return trip to Denver is planned for late June 2017.  Kim Casavant and Todd Liskowich (Peak Performance todd@peakhockeysask.com) also joined various groups when they were available.                                                                 Fall of 2017 I accepted an offer from Notre Dame to work with their teams. My first paid skating job I ever had was at Notre Dame! ‘Full circle’ opportunity.  Great experience.

In spite of the rumours to the contrary, I am still working during the hockey season. Please contact me, ldavis@accesscomm.ca, for information.

Co-Instructor Kim Casavant

Kim grew up playing both hockey and ringette.  Although she lives, and teaches skating, in Tisdale, she has been doing many classes around Regina over the last 2 years, including Moose Jaw, Caronport and Pilot Butte.  During the last 6 months, Kim has also worked extensively with players from the Prairie Storm and Junior Pats organizations.

Kim filled, and had wait lists for, all of her 2016 classes!  Summer 2017 she is offering Novice, Atom,   PeeWee and 4 opportunities to book private groups.  Please see Registration form for contact info.

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.

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pict1Players from all 30 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.