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Next Development Sessions
Submitted By webmaster on Tuesday, November 5, 2019
The next Development Sessions will be held on the following dates: 

November 15    5 - 6 pm & 6 - 7 pm   McIntosh  Ryan  D'Arcy

November 22    5 - 6 pm & 6 - 7 pm   McIntosh  Kevin Wheeler    Skating

Information on the Instructors:

About the Instructor - Ryan D’Arcy
Ryan D’Arcy owns and operates, a local skills and development program for the past 12 years.   Ryan’s playing background includes playing Jr. B for the Cambridge WinterHawks as well as Jr. A with the Notre Dame Hounds.  Ryan then received a hockey scholarship to Western Michigan University and once finished his collegiate career played professionally in Italy and Switzerland.  

Upon completion of his playing career Ryan started coaching and has coached at the minor hockey level, as well as Jr. B, Jr. A, US College, Canadian University, and has been part of various Hockey Canada Programs.  Ryan’s Hockey Inc business has diversified to working with the Toronto Maple Leafs as well as running the Biosteel on-ice NHL summer Training Camp. 

About the Instructor – Kevin Wheeler
Owner & Director of the Champions Training Centre and Power Coach for 27 Years.

Prior to becoming a professional skater, Kevin was a National Team Member for 8 years and a 2 time Canadian Champion.  In additional to being a champion figure skater, Kevin also balanced this with playing Junior hockey!  Upon turning professional, Kevin attending many national training courses and became certified to coach to the highest level, level 4, which means he is qualified to coach through to the Olympics and world championships.

Kevin has since trained National medalists from 7 different countries including Canada, Japan, Germany, Finland, South Africa, France and USA, and holds a National record holding team that set a new record in 2007 which still has not been beaten.  Kevin has received an award for Top Competitive Coach in Ontario as well as receiving the Sports Contributor of the Year award from the City of Cambridge in 2017.  In addition to training figure skaters, Kevin has had the opportunity to work with Hockey players at all levels including OHL level, some of who have been drafted to the NHL.  His passion is to help all of his students understand what they can do on the ice and enjoy the experience of learning.

Please complete the registration form and payment here.  There are spots still available.
Novice and Atom players  5-6pm
Minor PeeWee and above  6-7pm

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