Based on the current situation with covid-19, we want to assure you that we will be diligently following the advice of public health resources to navigate any updates required and ensure the utmost health and safety of our athletes. In this case, we have revised our program offering to include at home workouts, until it is safe to resume in person. Given the unique circumstances, we have significantly reduced our program costs and increased our offerings from 16 to 18 weeks with additional yoga sessions and individualized consultation for the specific needs of each athlete. By kicking off our program one month early, our goal is to offer further support, certainty and a sense of community to our athletes and their families, when they need us most.
meet our team
Our team members are entrenched in the hockey community. From players, to coaches, to skills and development, scouts and GM’s — our instructors have professional experience in all levels of the industry and are committed to sharing their knowledge and expertise with all LEAD athletes.
James has been actively involved in a coaching capacity for several years in the Edmonton area at all levels. Having completed the Hockey Canada HP1 certification and coached through the Hockey Alberta U17 Program of Excellence, Jr A and most recently at Midget AAA, James has an excellent understanding of player development and has worked with former professional players in a variety of capacities. With excellent communication skills and understanding the importance of keeping kids active while on the ice while maintaining a fun yet focused effort to having players improve.
Jordan played minor hockey in the Fort Saskatchewan area for 11 years. In 2017 he was the head video coach for the Sherwood Park Crusaders along with being an on-ice practice coach. He also coached summer hockey camps with the Crusaders.
After Sherwood Park Jordan was assistant coach for the Fort Saskatchewan Midget AAA Rangers, where he was involved with 1 on 1 skill development and team skill development.
For the past year he has coached and preformed skill development with Kirby Dach who was drafted 1st round, 3rd overall to the Chicago Blackhawks. Jordan also worked with Colton Dach on skill development and coached him in Midget AAA, Colton was drafted by the Saskatoon Blades. He worked with Eric Florchuk who plays for the Saskatoon Blades and was drafted by the Washington Capitals. Jordan has worked with several other WHL prospects.
Currently Jordan is the assistant skills development coach for the Sherwood Park Midget AAA kings.