Tyler Kennedy, recently retired hockey player of 9 years and Stanley Cup Champion with the Pittsburgh Penguins has settled in the Pittsburgh area with his family and is looking to train and work with youth hockey players.
Tyler runs up-tempo skills clinics focused on stick handling, power skating, shooting, and building confidence on the ice that will translate into their own game. He teaches the fundamentals on what each player needs to do to become a better hockey player. The kids will learn the same drills, routines, and tips from the best hockey players in the world – including, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, John Tavaras, Joe Thorton, Brent Burns, and many more. Most importantly, even though Tyler pushes kids to work hard, he always makes sure every kid is having fun and enjoys their time on the ice.
With running these clinics in and around Pittsburgh, Tyler also sets aside time to answer questions, take pictures, and sign anything for the parents and kids.