HUSKIE PROSPECTS

OUR PROGRAM

CONTACT

GALLERY

VISION

To facilitate a hockey development plan that allows high performance training in an elite environment.

 

The Huskie Prospects have been developed to formulate a sound foundation of hockey development

in the province of Saskatchewan.

 

This development model will include an opportunity for:

  • Support for Huskie Prospect Coaches
  • Fitness assessment and individual development and consultation
  • Nutritional and dietary advise
  • Sport Science delivery focusing on injury prevention and rehabilitation
  • Sports Psychologists delivery of all aspects of peak performance
  • Video analysis and observation
  • Specialist training in goaltending

 

 

HUSKIE PROSPECTS

Huskie Athletics

87 Campus Drive

University of Saskatchewan

Saskatoon Sask.

S7N5B2

306 966 1031

NEWS FEED

OBJECTIVES

  • To create a structured program for "Elite Hockey" that is consistent and provides direction, monitoring and ongoing evaluation supported by the University of Saskatchewan Huskie Hockey Teams, the Huskie Prospects Board of Directors and the Huskie Prospects Executive Director.
  • Identify, recruit, appoint and develop Huskie Prospect Coaches.
  • Develop an annual comprehensive detailed and challenging training program which encompasses the fundamental aspects of individual and team play.
  • Provide specialist support (if needed) to players and coaches.

 

 

CONCEPTS & PRINCIPLES

  • Develop a sense of pride within the program.  No short cuts.  We need to create an environment in which talent can flourish and players learn to appreciate and develop a commitment to their teammates and th program.  The team should always come first.
  • Create an ownership in the program by giving players a reason why they should achieve their goals.  Unless we can give players a reason why they should be involved they will never be motivated.  We need to build a support group to encourage success.  Make a commitment individually and collectively to teamwork and goals.  We must continually challenge the players by asking them , "How good can you really be?"
  • Accountability throughout the program.  If you are going to have a good program WE must establish rules for all levels of the program.
  • Focus on the process and improvement and not always on the results.  Sometimes we must take a step backwards in order to move two steps forward.  Winning is essential but not at the expense of future development and program decline.
  • Raise our standards by "Striving for Excellence".  This means always giving 100% effort and never take the easy way.  Having this type of commitment does not necessarily guarantee success but the determination to do your best will definitely improve our program and develop into a habit.  We must be prepared to pay the price if you expect to win.  Make a commitment to winning.

 

CONTACT

Male DIVISIONS

 

2004

Troy Harkot - 306 381 7777

email

 

2005

Jeff Knittig - 306 230 6801

email

 

2006

Scott McQueen - 306 221 3530

email

 

2006

Kevin Karakochuk - 306 230 1568

email

Steve Chestolowski - 306 260 8312

email

 

2007

Cody Smith - 306 230 7851

email

 

2007

Mike Hydomako - 306 229 9654

email

Charles Fox - 306 220 3162

email

 

 

 

2008

Dean Beuker - 306 287 8119

email

Lee Hamiliton - 306 222 8611

email

Brian Jones - 306 222 5582

email

 

2009

Blake Evans – 306 241 6888

email

Tyler Baier - 306 361 7476

email

Hugh Hamilton – 306 270 4560

email

 

2010

Duane Vandale - 306 380 8873

email

Shaun Aebig - 306 220 6707

email

 

2011

Paul Buczkowski - 306 260 6441

email

Garrett Prosofsky - 306 280 6731

email

 

FEMale DIVISIONS

 

2004

Paul Buczkowski - 306 260 6441

email

Mike Will - 306 221 8128

email

 

2005

Dallas Higgs - 306 230 0050

email

Cindy Henry - 306 202 7237

email

Corrine Cey - 306 980 8196

email

 

2006

available for 2018

 

2007

Doug Koroll - 306 371 1464

email

Vince Guttormson

email

 

2009

available for 2018