Co-Founder & Development coach PJ Corsi brings a competitive edge to every session and will demand that the athlete gives their absolute best. PJ specializes in instructing situational based drills in order to better develop the player's Hockey IQ. PJ also specializes in defense training ensuring that the player is capable of playing a 200 foot game. PJ's coaching experience includes coaching at the Midget AAA level with the Laval-Montreal. 

 PJ played nine seasons of professional hockey which included stints in the ECHL,CHL, LNAH, as well as one season with the Concordia in the CIS, and four seasons in the QMJHL with both Val D'Or and Halifax.
Marco Raimondo has 14 years of goalie coaching experience. Marco currently serves as McGill University's and Volts College Bourget U18 & U17. Other Goalie Coaching experiences include: QMJHL (President's Cup and Memorial Cup experience), Midget AAA, and Jr AAA.

The list of students who currently work with Marco who have graduated to the Professional, QMJHL and NCAA ranks are: Anthony Morrone, Devon Levi (Team Canada World Jr. experience), Alexis Gravel, Bryan Landsberger, Thomas Gale, Yaniv Perets, Andrew Farrier, Fabio Iacobo, Brady James, Nicolas Ruccia, Olivier Ciarlo and Mathis Rousseau to name a few with nearly thirty more goaltenders who are currently either in Midget AAA, Prep. Schools and Jr. A across North America.
Charles Corsi is a former professional goalie that developed with the Vikings des Laurentides Midget AAA program. Although drafted by Val D’Or in the QMJHL, he chose to continue his career at Westminster Prep School and Dartmouth College at the NCAA Div. 1 level. Charles played 7 years of professional hockey including stints overseas in the Italian Serie A and LNAH, while simultaneously completing his degree in Civil Engineering.

In parallel with his playing career, Charles has been coaching for numerous years by verbalizing and demonstrating techniques with the mindset of finding new ways to perfect his own game. Charles emphasizes situational awareness and proper decision making in training to give his goaltenders the competitive edge to succeed in games.