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"Power: Maximizing stride through corrective techniques.
It’s about utilizing strength, while promoting form.
We bring out the POWER in your child."
Skating ability is a core component of hockey performance. At P4 Hockey we nurture talent and develop areas of improvement. We create confident skaters, who in turn, become great athletes.
Undivided attention and unwavering commitment, private skates is what your child will need to develop natural talent, and focus on problem areas. Reserved for the most competitive of athletes, these sessions are intense, but will elevate your child’s game to a mature level.
Teamwork and synergy, it’s what builds dynasties and creates superstars. At P4 Hockey we work with ambitious teams looking to improve their overall skating ability. Through analysis, drills and structured training, P4 Hockey will establish a foundation for performance.
What better way to stay active, and take advantage of free time then a holiday skate. Team, small group, and private skates are all available. Education may take a break, but athletic development doesn’t have to.
"Potential: Everyone has it, few achieve it. We unlock your player’s real potential by focusing on all aspects of the game. The mental game, the physical game, and the emotional game, your child is the
complete package, we’ll show them how."
“Jeff has been training both of our kids for over three years. Over time he has established himself as more than their trainer, he has become their mentor. Under his guidance the kids have consistently developed and established themselves as effective players within their respective teams”
"Jeff brings an amazing dynamic to my team practices. Having worked with him over the past three years, Jeff's tough but fair approach gets results quickly. Jeff listens and works with how I want to have the team play. I cannot thank him enough for how he's helped my teams."
"For anyone interested in working with a professional coach that actually cares about the team and how well they do, hire Jeff Prendergast to work with your team. His open approach to
communicating with the players and coaches is refreshing and is what every team should
have if they want to succeed."
"Jeff is an innovative, hands-on coach with a well-developed understanding of hockey -- both physical and mental. He is driven to help your team succeed by communicating with you before and after practices to ensure what you need covered is covered. Having Jeff work with your team will give you the advantage over other teams."
"Puck Handling: Enhancing puck control and skill with game situational drills. We bring you the best drills from around the world to create
dexterity, poise, and confidence in your child."
Jeff brings a wealth of hockey experience, and a resume full of achievements both on and off the ice.
Born and raised in Toronto, Jeff played his minor hockey in the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League before suiting up with the Father Henry Carr Crusaders at the Jr. B level. Playing with the dominant Henry Carr program, Jeff won an Ontario Championship in a Crusaders uniform, securing an NCAA scholarship as a result.
Jeff spent four seasons playing for the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute Engineers, graduating with Business and Communications degrees before spending a year playing professionally in both the AHL and IHL. As a member of the Engineers, Jeff and his teammates won back-to-back ECAC Championships and the 1985 NCAA Championship after a dominant 35-2-1 season.
Returning to coaching after his playing days ended, Jeff has spent 15 years coaching AAA hockey in the OMHA and GTHL. Jeff runs and operates P4 Hockey Performance specializing in small group skill development.
Tyler is the lead instructor at P4. He is a product of both the GTHL and the OMHA, after a number of seasons in the OJHL, Tyler was able to secure a scholarship to Westfield State University.
After three seasons at Westfield State, Tyler made the jump to professional hockey and is currently playing in Sweden.
"Precision: It’s the little things. Edge work, balance, form and technique will elevate your child’s game to stand-out status."