The bulk of their season might be over, but the work never ends for Derek Cormier and Rick Leger.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to see Cormier and Leger’s clients excelling in the early stages of the 2020-2021 hockey season.
From various competitive provincial ranks in New Brunswick, to US college, to the KHL, to Sweden, to the Maritime Hockey League and the QMJHL, Pro Evolution Hockey continues impact the lives of many young elite level players from this region.
From 1st QMJHL goals to highlight reel plays, Pro Evolution clients have definitely made their presence felt around the hockey world.
What makes Pro Evolution Hockey so unique?
Well that’s easy, the people.
It all starts with Cormier and Leger and their staff.
They are all exceptional at what they do and they are truly in it for all the right reasons.
Cormier’s on-ice presence coupled with his creativity, drill development and progression have players at any level ready to face any challenges that the game has to offer.
Leger’s presence and impact off the ice continues to pay great dividends with players gaining a new appreciation for that side of the game while learning how to build muscle mass and endurance.
Cormier and Leger continue to be extremely active over the winter months with Cormier helping coach the Dieppe U15 AAA Flyers and Leger managing and operating his gym Peak Fitness.
You can count on both these “hockey lifers” being on the cutting edge of innovation in their respective fields heading into the off season.
The off season is a long way off, but there’s no question the PEH staff have already started planning out their unique training program at the brand-new arena complex in Dieppe.
The Pro Evolution brand will be in high demand in the upcoming months.
It’s no secret the organization want to keep numbers low to provide the best results possible amongst its clients, but there’s a strong sense that players from all over Atlantic Canada and parts of Quebec will converge on Dieppe for the entire summer to train under Cormier and Leger’s watchful eye.
Specialization in the game of hockey continues to be extremely problematic for many young athletes and their families across the country. Nevertheless, specialization is a necessity for elite level players from this region who want to make the game their career.
Pro Evolution Hockey is working diligently to level the playing field when it comes to player and skill development in this region.
PEH is certainly closing that gap and perhaps surpassing it with their skill development, drill progression and off ice fitness training program.
Derek Cormier, Rick Leger and their staff continue to make difference in the lives of young hockey players in this region.