Published on Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Hockey's Elite Begin Their Training at Puckmasters Days After Stanley Cup
Current NHL players and those with hopes of playing in hockey's best league in the future know the importance of off season training.
That's why at Puckmasters Hockey Training a year round hockey
school and hockey training center franchise and only days after the
Stanley Cup Finals the pro's are already beginning their training
for next season. Zach Smith (Ottawa Senators), Stefan Meyer
(Florida Panthers) and Darren Helm (Stanley Cup Winner in '08 with
Detroit) all come in for training to sharpen their hockey skills,
improve their conditioning and to have fun.
NHL All Star Goalie Manny Legace also begins his training at Puckmasters this week in preperation for a successful comeback after struggling last season.
Aspiring pro's Brett Bartman (Spokan Chiefs), Colin Scherger (Prince George Cougars), and Ryan Aasman (Prince Albert Raiders), are also training extra to ensure their skills, endurance and strength improve enough to allow them to play at the NHL level in the future.
Puckmasters Medicine Hat Franchise Owner Randy Wong says "Everyone loves coming here, and you can see it in the faces of all our members. From the Pro's right on down to the youth hockey players, everyone has a smile on their face while pushing themselves beyond their limit."
Puckmasters Hockey Training Centers is a successful franchised hockey training center chain. Puckmasters grows it's chain by helping people with a passion for hockey and an entrepreneurial spirit successfully start and grow their own Hockey Training Center Franchise Business.