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Scott Bartlett

“I have had a few of our advisees and high-end players work with Prodigy-Hockey and they all benefitted from their ice sessions greatly. Brian is a leader in the hockey industry in terms of skill-development and skating technique because he takes the time to research and stay at the forefront of training and teaching methods. Brian’s use of video analysis is also a unique method of helping players of all ages improve their skating stride or in-game decisions.”

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Eddie Olczyk

“As a former D-1 and professional player, and now NCAA coach, I highly urge anyone who is looking to take their game to the next level to check out Prodigy Hockey. The variety and innovativeness of the site is what makes it such an unbelievable resource. Brian has done a great job at incorporating the most effective skill work, drills, and skating analysis, and combined it with reasoning as to why, what, and how you will become better from it by means of Sports Psychology. Prodigy hockey is without a doubt one of the best tools you can use as a player if you’re serious about taking the next step. I highly recommend it to all players, coaches, and teams who are looking to gain that extra edge.”

Eddie Olczyk College Coach
Brandon Naurato

Player’s all across the country are constantly looking to separate themselves on a daily basis.  Personalized training and on-ice skill development is a necessity in the game today and Brian’s innovative approach to breaking down the game through video analysis and on-ice coaching is what separates Prodigy Hockey from the rest.  There are “hockey guys” and people that have played hockey.  Brian Keane is a hockey Guy that lives it daily through educating young players on and off the ice on exactly what it takes to move on to the next level.  Prodigy has surrounded themselves with some of the industry leaders in the field of off-ice training and on-ice skill development which allows members to hear a different voice when it comes to relevant habits and concepts in the game today.

Brandon NauratoFormer Pro and Currently Director Of Hockey At Total Hockey Package
Bill Sauer

“I’m proud to partner with Brian, his passion for the game and attention to detail surpasses what I have seen from any other coach.  The program he has designed is all encompassing and neglects no part of the game, on or off the ice.  I highly recommend to anyone that is trying to develop the skills and confidence to compete at a high level to work with Prodigy Hockey.”  

Bill SauerStrength and Conditioning Coach, Former NHL Draft Pick

“It is my pleasure to recommend Brian as a skills coach. I met Brian two years ago when he started working with my son, who is a defenseman on a high level junior B team. During that time, my son has significantly improved his individual skills — skating, stick work, shooting, gap control, and angles due to Brian’s excellent instruction.
Brian is very savvy with technology, which he incorporates into individual and game analysis. His site is very user friendly and offers a chance to upload video on the road for instant analysis and feedback. Brian is a big believer in video as an extremely important tool for player development.
Brian possesses an incredible hockey knowledge, professionalism and enthusiasm for the game. His impressive hockey background in the USHL and Division 1 and has prepared him as an instructor.
As a younger coach, Brian relates well to his players. He is quick to assess strengths and weaknesses and to develop a plan to improve in key areas. He cares a great deal for each player with the ultimate goal of playing at the next level.
I would highly recommend Brian as a skills coach for any level of player.”

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Ryan Flanigan

“Prodigy Hockey has made me more confident in my game as a player. The skating and video analysis has given me pointers on how to improve in all areas. Brian does a great job coaching and rounding out a player’s game at all levels.”

Ryan FlaniganPro Hockey Player