Travis MacIsaac, recently named Head Coach of the U14 Male High Performance Team, shown here leading some HPP athletes through an off-ice development session
CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI – Hockey PEI’s High Performance Program has announced its coaching staff for this year’s Atlantic Challenge Cup.
This year’s Atlantic Challenge Cup takes place in Moncton over Thanksgiving weekend, where the four Atlantic Provinces compete in the U14 & U15 Male and the U16 & U18 Female divisions. For many young athletes, this is the first major step in the National Team pathway, and the coaching staff plays an integral part in the athlete and team success.
The 2019 Hockey PEI High Performance Program ACC Staff:
|Head Coach||Travis MacIsaac|
|Assistant Coach||Will Zafiris|
|Head Coach||Cory Parsons|
|Assistant Coach||Chris Hedefine|
|Assistant Coach||Andrew Penny|
|Head Coach||Laura Dougay|
|Assistant Coach||Nicole Derry|
|Assistant Coach||Kait Gallaway|
|Assistant Coach||Ellen Chapman|
|Head Coach||Genna Phelan|
|Assistant Coach||Sami Sentner|
|Assistant Coach||Emma Weatherbie|
|Goalie Consultant||Nelson MacAulay|
The Male Summer Camp took place July 25-28, with the Female Summer Camp taking place this upcoming weekend, August 1-4. From these camps, the coaches evaluate and select the teams to compete at the ACC.
“We’re genuinely happy with the staff we’ve been able to put together for this tournament. On both the male and female side we have a great mix of energy and experience and we’re confident that the team results will reflect the leadership,” says Connor Cameron, Hockey PEI Technical Director.
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