Peter Hay Development Inc.
PHD is available to answer questions and make sure you are 100% satisfied. We are here to help you get the best hockey development.
As an Elite Coaching Service, Peter takes care to provide teams and players with high quality coaching personalized for their unique needs. Peter will come to your assigned practices to work on skills, game play, systems and personalized team video analysis. Peter has the perfect curriculum for all ages, abilities and skill sets both male and female. For individual players Peter will help design and implement the perfect development plan. Please contact Peter for more information and pricing.
PHD's Hockey Development Programs
Consistent with its commitment to educational excellence, the MEI Hockey Academy members will be full participants in MEI’s community while taking part in a variety of school programs. The MEI Hockey Academy is endorsed by Abbotsford Minor Hockey and licensed as
the Official Hockey Canada Skills Academy. Players from grade 1 to 12 in 4
separate levels work on the essential skills of hockey using the Hockey
Canada curriculum during the school day. MEI also has spring teams that
play games in April in the BCHSHL(BC High School League) and FVSHL
(Fraser Valley Schools Hockey League).
Peter Hay and Ralph Vos will run players through all skills training while breaking it down and communicating proper techniques. Players will be exposed to many different drills challenging them at each age group. Each ice will consist of power skating, puck skills, game like scenario, small area competitive games and scrimmages. These skill sessions compliment players playing other sports or spring hockey. This ice time is designed for serious players that want to improve and push themselves and others around them.
Our Summer camps cover all areas of the game and are specialized for what your son or daughter is looking for to improve in their game. Peter Hay, Ralph Vos Jr, Travis Oddy, and the Jr staff will be helping coach each program as the players get the best coaching to reach their potential under each specific skill element. Clayton Pool and Jeff Battah will be working with the paid goalies.
About Peter Hay Development
Raised in Abbotsford Peter Hay went on to play many years of hockey at the Junior A and NCAA Div 1 College levels before advancing to the AHL/ ECHL pro leagues. Peter learned a great deal playing at the higher levels and wants to help young players with their goals of reaching their potential. Peter brought his playing experience into coaching as he worked closely as an Assistant Coach with the WHL's Chilliwack Bruins. Peter continues to run his own hockey training program out of Abbotsford called PHD while directing the Hockey Canada Skills Academy located at MEI Schools. Peter's ability to take the game of hockey at it's highest levels and break it down by excellent communication and positive reinforcement is what sets Peter apart. Regardless of what level of player Peter is coaching he treats them all with the same excitement and enthusiasm to build them into great people and hockey players. While ensuring a fun experience, Peter is able to hold each player accountable to work to their full potential as each player leaves a PHD camp at their best with the confidence they need to succeed. You can expect Peter to go above and beyond your expectations to give each family continued support and help during each players challenges and or successes. Peter has a great staff who help in each camp. Peter has seen many of his players graduate on to the NHL, AHL, Pro Hockey, NCAA Colleges, & Junior A levels. Peter looks forward to helping you reach your potential in a PHD program soon!
PHD's Hockey Canada Skills Academy
PHD Hockey Consulting - Contact Peter for more info on how he can help guide you.
As an Elite Coaching Service, Peter takes care to provide families with support during the tough decisions during your hockey career. Peter would be happy to help guide you through the different routes and make sure you make the best decision before committing to a program or team. It's a confusing world of hockey and it's important to know who is coaching, who is returning, how many spots are available, and the history of the team. It's very important to do your research before making an educated decision.