Passion, Perspective, & Performance
Experience the P3 Sports Inc advantage. The three Ps of P3 embody our values and mission: passion, performance and perspective. We are here to support all of our athletes any way we can, including by employing industry trainers and coaches. P3’s approach focuses on developing our athletes using the best technology, science, and knowledge available.
Top Industry Trainers
Our goal is to hone the skills of our elite hockey athletes which we do by using the best conditioning techniques, trainers and coaches. At P3, our training systems are uniquely tailored to provide high-quality sport-specific training for individual athletes and teams. We believe in our athletes and are committed to providing them with the right resources. Our goal is to prepare our athletes by giving them the tools to propel their skills and develop strong mental and athletic growth.
State Of The Art Facility
Athletes who train with us also have access to our state of the art facility. Newly renovated and equipped for high-performance sport-specific training, our facility was designed to help propel our athletes towards growth.
Training is about more than pushing yourself on the ice. It is also about having a strong body and mind. We provide resources so our athletes can take care of themselves in every aspect.
Founded In Experience
We believe in bringing the best coaches in the industry onto the P3 team. Every trainer has years of professional experience developing players and pushing them to the next level of play. Athletes join the P3 family to work hard and get results. Our team is here to coach and drive them there!
The People Behind The Team
Hockey Ops/Skills Coaches
Ryan has experience coaching at all levels including Bantam, Minor and Major Midget AAA as well as Junior A. He was twice named the CRAA Coach of the Year. Ryan also has experience in the Western Hockey League as a Regional Scout with the Regina Pats. His most recent coaching success came in the CWHL. He was the Head Coach of the Clarkson Cup Champion, Calgary Inferno. He is currently still working in Professional Women’s Hockey as the Head Coach of Calgary’s Professional players as they tour the Country promoting the Game. Ryan created P3 Sports Inc as a vehicle to provide coaches and athletes with a support system to promote a positive experience within the game of hockey.
From Calgary, Alberta, Jarvis spent his playing days as a goaltender before getting into coaching and shifting his focus towards developing minor hockey players. Jarvis has a unique skill set and has many years of experience coaching both players and goaltenders of all ages. He has served as a Head Coach at the Peewee AA, Bantam AA/AAA and Minor Midget AAA levels. He was named Hockey Calgary’s Coach of the Year in 2015 for all age groups. Jarvis has also worked with Hockey Alberta on a number of occasions. Most recently as the head coach at the 2018 Alberta Winter Games. Jarvis is also a High Performance 1 certified coach and has spent the last three years working as a regional scout for the AJHL’s Calgary Canucks in addition to coaching the Calgary North Stars Sabres Bantam AAAs.
Jesse grew up in Calgary where his playing career took him all over North America. He started in the northwest with the AAA flames and was later recruited to join the Camrose Kodiaks of the AJHL. He earned himself a scholarship to attend Merrimack College (Hockey East). After earning his bachelors degree he went on to play a couple years of professional hockey with stops In the AHL (Hamilton Bulldogs)and ECHL (Reading Royals, San Francisco Bulls and Trenton Titans)
Jesse began his coaching career with precise hockey in 2015 and enjoys helping young athletes get out of their comfort zone and reach their maximum potential.
Meet Your Skilled Coaches
Richard grew up in Flin Flon, MB. He played Junior hockey in the SJHL and his college years at Augustana University. Following his hockey career, Richard coached at the Jr. B level and has been a part of many hockey schools/academy’s over the past 15 years. Richard is a teacher within Cochrane and holds a Masters in educational leadership, which he loves to apply within the game of hockey.
Found her passion for skating at the age of two. After playing ringette until the age of 15, leading multiple teams as a captain and making it to the top 40 in the province, she switched to hockey and went on to win gold in the winter games of 2002 and was offered scholarships abroad. Since then she has always enjoyed learning from coaches and instructors to now teaching and passing along her years of experience. She learned from the best, Gay Dubeau who now has Platinum Star Power Skating in Medicine Hat and was a course facilitator for CanPowerSkate. She trained under her until the age of 18 when she took a break to travel and get into the workforce. After a few years away she put the skates back on and started teaching in northern AB and NE BC. She coached alongside Tina Caron at Power Plus Hockey Skating and with the Black Elks Hockey School. This is where she truly fell in love with teaching and working with our future hockey stars. Having two boys of her own she understands what it takes to connect and lead a group of eager kids.
Myles played five seasons in the WHL for the Regina Pats, and Kelowna Rockets before being drafted by the New Jersey Devils. He went on to play one season in their minor league system with the Albany Devils and Evansville Icemen before finishing his professional career in Norway’s GET-Ligaen with Stjernen Elite.
Michael grew up in Calgary and in the Crowfoot minor hockey association. He played Bantam AA with NWCAA at the same time as Cowboys & St. Francis High school football. After a few concussions took him out of contact sports Michael took up rowing and volleyball and track. His passion lies in hockey and teaching young athletes. Michael joined the coaching roster at P3 in 2018. He believes that hard work, focus and fun is what being an athlete is all about.
Mike played USPORT at UBC as an 18-year-old and was selected 97th overall to Dallas. Mike enjoyed a 13-year pro career spanning 145 NHL games with Dallas, Toronto and New York. After retirement in 2005, Mike concentrated on how coaching youth hockey could be reinvigorated causing him to write the book, “Make Hockey Great Again.” His book is aimed at giving players, coaches and parents a look into the science of training young hockey players. Mike has taught 13 years of minor hockey including stops with Jr. A and AAA. Mike’s main focus on developing young players is teaching each player individually and helping them read similar situations on the ice which allows players to react more quickly and build hockey sense!