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Paul Vincent Prospect Development Hockey - Elite Skills Training Programs

PV Hockey is the top development program in the country for the serious hockey player. Coach Vincent and his staff have a 35+ year track record that is second to none in regards to development, on and off the ice, as well as prep school and Division 1 placement. We mention off ice because few coaches in the country insist that each player focuses on character to the level PV Hockey does. We were very proud when 3 straight long time players from PV Hockey were named the NCAA Unsung Hero Award, named after another long time camper, Derek Hines.

Our focus on skill development coupled with having a staff consisting of some of the top teachers in the country and you will see why our players are so well prepared for the next level. As the current skills coach for the Florida Panthers, coach Vincent is considered one of the top, if not the top skills coach in the NHL. His stints with the Blackhawks, Bruins, Lightning and so on have had multiple examples of success. Coach Vincent’s staff are all high end hockey guys who are currently coaching from high school to the NHL. No junior councilors, not kids on the ice, all pro coaches who have worked with Coach V for years and are there for one reason, to teach your player and make him or her the best they can be.

Here are just a few of the articles that have been written about Coach V.

Our 7 week program is the program to get you to the next level. We had another great summer this past year with multiple players committing to D 1 programs, many of whom no one had on the radar. A further testament to Coach V and his program, 11 D 1 coaches had their sons skating in his program last year, including more than one who were recent NCAA champions.

If you want to become a better skater, better stick handler, better passer of the puck, PV Hockey is the place to go. If you also want to ensure your player is held accountable and becomes a better person and teammate, what are you waiting for?