General Manager (Coach)
Former Captain New York Rangers
Born in Vancouver, Canada
The one word that encompasses the emotions and experiences I’ve had over the past ten years is “Respect”.
It is the one word that explains the game of ice hockey from top to bottom. I want students to never forget this word.
Yes. We firmly believe in building character, self-esteem and confidence but you must respect yourself and your teammates to accomplish goals.
Everybody loves to win. We don’t teach losing although you may get a medal for it at some point.
Trying your best goes way beyond the on ice product. It defines who you are. This is something you will take with you the rest of your life.
Great athletes and people who are successful have role models and mentors that give guidance but the competitive spirit comes from within, “Nobody out competes you. That’s trying your best”.