Dwayne currently works with the Washington Capitals pro as well as many NHL players and prospects, Major Junior players, NCAA players, as well as young players in Southwestern Ontario.
Dwayne brings over 20 years of professional power skating and skill development experience and has created curriculum for a variety of skill development programs that currently run in Canada and the US. His knowledge and understanding of the skills necessary to play at the next level allows players to develop under professional coaching by learning and mastering fundamentals and developing high level skill.
Dwayne played 3 years of professional hockey in the East Coast Hockey League. Prior to playing professionally, Dwayne played 4 years of NCAA Division I college hockey for the University of Alabama Huntsville Chargers where he captained his team in his senior year and won the CHA scoring title in back to back seasons
Scott has been coaching and training hockey players for over 15 years. His experience and attention to detail has allowed him to develop many players from beginners to NCAA, OHL and NHL players. Scott has had the opportunity to teach alongside other coaches such as Mark Ciaccio skills coach of the Phoenix Coyotes and has spent countless hours studying the game, which allows him to constantly evolve with the changing style and speed of hockey. Scott’s professional approach on the ice, his ability to address a player’s needs and his passion to learn new techniques and skills has established him as an elite skills coach. Scott has a great reputation of helping players of all levels improve their skill set and ultimately achieve their hockey goals.
Mitch is currently the head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Total Package Hockey, and for the London Knights (OHL) hockey organization. If you are an elite athlete or weekend warrior, Mitch enjoys building training plans and yielding results for all his motivated clients. Mitch preaches that results are a product of your own hard work combined with proper individual programing. Mitch’s attention to detail and ability to assess and modify programs provides his clients with the tools and information necessary to ensure that their hard work materializes into achieving their goals.
Mitch has spend time on his education in Fitness and Health Promotion (Fanshawe College) and Kinesiology (Western University) with a variety of specialized courses related to nutrition and strength & conditioning.
Trevor is currently the assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Total Package Hockey. Trevor attended the University of Western Ontario on a Football scholarship, studying Kinesiology and Health Science. His experience as an athlete both on the field and in the weight room sparked his passion to become a Strength and Conditioning Coach himself. Trevor enjoys creating personalized training plans for his clients and athletes. He strongly believes that results are a product of your own hard work combined with proper individual programming.
Trevor’s sports and training background give him a very strong foundation to help individuals maximize results and performance.
In addition to his University experience, Trevor has continued to educate himself through a variety of specialized courses related to nutrition and strength and conditioning.