We create great people. We happen to teach hockey.
We want you to succeed and we will take the same time and effort to make that happen for you as we do with our NHL clients. Our instruction methods are science-based, engaging, effective, and fun.
Our 2021 programs for minor hockey players will all be small group sessions. We will be working through a process specific to each individual as we help them progress towards their goals. Though this limits the number of players that we can assist we are able to give them more attention, more help and a professional environment in which they can strive for excellence. These are long-term programs. We are committed long-term to working the player and we expect them to have the same mind-set.
Players who are currently part of our programs will have the first opportunity to enroll in the 2021 programs.
If you are looking for more traditional instruction we can point you towards other instructors in your area who provide that type of program.
Programs will be announced once we have a better idea of when lock-down will be liftes.
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It doesn’t look like many (or any) recruitment camps will be held this summer. That said, congratulations to the following members of the Go2TheMax Hockey family who were invited to the Harvard and Cornell camps this year.
Sunny Fanjoy is a Quinte West Hawk who excels in all aspects of the game. His warm disposition endears him to his teammates as much as his talent level does.
Mykelti Potts is a Belleville Bearcat. Mykelti only has one gear, FAST! She is a talented forward who lifts up everyone who plays with her.
Congratulations to Lacey Clement, Jerika Spry and Mackenzie Tyner on being invited to the Harvard Recruitment Combine 2019. Hard work and great attitudes are paying off.
Jack Adams is a Quinte West Hawk. Jack is arguably one of the most talented players in the province with quick hands and feet to match his quick wit. He is a game-changing talent.
Brendan Reid is a Quinte West Hawk. He is one of the top 2008 aged players in the province bringing size, skill, and leadership to any team that he plays on.
Sienna Eberle is a Napanee Crunch. Capable of breaking open a game at any time, Sienna brings a power forward mentality and skillset to her team.
Megan Morsette is a powerful, smart, always willing to learn athlete who brings her best effort every single shift.
These players follow in the footsteps of Lacey Clement, Jorja Gillis and Mackenzie Tyner who attended the Harvard camp last season.