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Adam is a four season veteran of the OHL. After winning the Memorial Cup with the London Knights he went on to play in the AHL for Rochester and Portland on contract with the Buffalo Sabres. With Italian passport in hand Adam has now spent five season playing in Europe, primarily with Alleghe Hockey Club.
Adriano is an OHL alumni from Toronto and a co-founder of Forse Hockey. Forse is an online recruiting platform matching players' highlight reel clips with scouts all over the world. Forse Hockey has proven results and amazing feed back from coaches, agents and scouts.
Rob played for the Wllington Dukes in the Ontario Junior Hockey Leauge before joining the Sarnia Sting in the OHL for four seasons. Rob spent his final year in the O with the Owen Sound Attack before heading off to the UHL, ECHL, and AHL. He is now a goalie coach in Toronto.
As a freshman at UConn, Jaclyn was named Hockey East Rookie of the Year, U.S. College Hockey Online Rookie of the Year and made the Canadian National Under-22 Development and Selection Camp. She now own Womens Hockey Life, which provides resources for all women interested in participating in the sport at every level - recreational, university and professional.
Andrew is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Owen Sound Attack in the OHL. As part of the 2010-2011 OHL Championship Team, Andrew helped recreate a structured strength and conditioning program with the Attack, which aided them in their Memorial Cup championship run. Andrew is also the President of Next Level Performance Training located in Kitchener, Ontario.
Jim played three seasons in the OHL for the Sudbury Wolves and Owen Sound Attack. He then played at St. Francis Xavier University and received a business degree. After St.F.X., Jim played one season in Belgium for HYC Herentals and still recruits Canadians to join HYC. He is currently in law school at Dalhousie University and is a proponent of both the NCAA and CHL as paths to success for players.
Ryan paved the way as one of the first minor hockey players to decide to play prep school hockey as opposed to Ontario juniors. He joined Hill Academy, was drafted to the OHL and then decided to play in the USHL for the Muskeegon Lumberjacks. Ryan has committed to the University of Maine for the 2012-2013 season.
D'Arcy is a former Bowling Green State University Falcon and was the team captain in his Jr. and Sr. years. He played 6 years professionally in North America and Europe and is currently working on his MBA at the London Business School (U.K.). He is a co-founder of College Hockey Experience.
Jamie McKinven played Junior, NCAA and Minor Pro hockey all around the world. Jamie recently returned to Kingston, Ontario to coach his Jr. “A” team, the Kingston Voyageurs of the OJHL. He is the author of So You Want Your Kid to Play Pro Hockey? A must read resource for any parent or player wanting to play junior, college and pro hockey.
After being selected in the third round of the 2010 OHL Priority Selection by the Owen Sound Attack, Milne has elected to bypass the OHL route and will instead be attending the University of Michigan beginning in 2012 as he looks to embark on a promising NCAA career.
Dr. Chad Moreau
Dr. Chad Moreau is the President of HockeyOT.com, an online training site dedicated to improving the fitness level of hockey players of all levels. He was the former Strength & Conditioning/Nutrition Consultant for the Edmonton Oilers (NHL) and the Long Beach Ice Dogs (ECHL).
Scully is a contributing member of JHR and former Erie Otter's goaltender. He is currently attending the College of Sports Media in Toronto. He's a writer for Junior Hockey Magazine, contributor to TSN Radio and former intern at The Hockey News. Check out his blog at:
Craig has personally worked with thousands of professional and amateur athletes on the mental side of their game. He is the author and creator of 6 mental toughness programs sold in 28 countries. Craig writes for major newspapers and has been interviewed on numerous radio programs.
Max played four seasons at St. Lawrence University before joining the Texas Wildcatters of the ECHL and the Toronto Marlies of the AHL. After a career ending concussion Max is now a real estate agent in Toronto.