Do you want to make the NHL?
Are you aiming for a Division 1 Scholarship?
Do you dream of playing professionally on some level?
This academy is focused on building your mental toolkit so you can continually level up in hockey, and in life.
I've combined ideas that I've learned over my 10 year professional career with all the things I wish I had known sooner. This is a step-by-step program that provides actions for immediate implementation and results.
If you're looking to maximize your potential, this is where you start.
Do you know the difference between practice and deliberate practice?
I've combined training ideas that I've learned playing professionally for 10 years to help you build your skillset. We look at your entire game and based the level of play you are at train the skills that YOU need. Improved focus, increases your results.
I host training groups for local hockey players looking to get coached on the ice.
These groups fill up quick, make sure to plan ahead. Look forward to working with you!
Your coach may or may not be that person. Your parents may or may not be that person.
If you're looking to take your game as far as you can take it, it's helpful to have someone who knows the path and can help you navigate effectively. There are a lot of choices out there and options you may not even know you have.
Further, the path can be rocky. Getting cut from a team hurts, but it's not the end. I've been there. You need strategies for picking yourself up so you can start chasing the dream again, as quickly as possible.
I'm available for long-term development coaching, helping you with preparation for try-outs, career path strategy and more.
“I have improved a lot over the years from his great coaching and hockey knowledge. He has made me not only a better hockey player, but a better person as well. Matt is definitely one of the greatest coaches you could ever train with.”
“Matt has been coaching our son Colby for a few years and is very knowledgeable, encouraging and patient. He has helped Colby develop into the player he is today. We appreciate all he does!”