Founder Brian Keane

Prodigy Hockey “Where Prodigies Aren’t Born, they Are Made”

Prodigy Hockey John Moore, Brandon Pirri, Brian Keane, Patrick Kane, Brandon Bollig

Prodigy Hockey: John Moore, Brandon Pirri, Brian Keane, Patrick Kane, Brandon Bollig

My name is Brian Keane and I am the founder of Prodigy Hockey. Through our online and off line programming, we want to give players and coaches the opportunities to realize their potential. We study today’s top players, scientific research and utilize our own experiences to provide our students with the best information possible! Our staff has a true passion for the game of hockey and we are driven to help develop hockey players of all ages and skill levels.

Development Philosophy

At Prodigy, we create an environment for dedicated hockey players to discover their true potential on and off the ice. Our curriculum molds players to be adaptable, intelligent, skilled, and most importantly, people of high character. We use a blend of on ice development, sports psychology, video, and quantitative analysis to track the acquisition of the attributes needed to have success at the highest levels. All of our programming is based on the latest research in skill acquisition and sports science. We’re trusted by the NHL’s brightest stars, all the way to beginners.

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Founder Brian KeaneProdigy Hockey <em>“Where Prodigies Aren’t Born, they Are Made”</em></p><br /><br />
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<p>My name is Brian Keane and I am the founder of Prodigy Hockey. Through our online and off line programming, we want to give players and coaches the opportunities to realize their potential. We study today’s top players, scientific research and utilize our own experiences to provide our students with the best information possible! Our staff has a true passion for the game of hockey and we are driven to help develop hockey players of all ages and skill levels.Development PhilosophyAt Prodigy, we create an environment for dedicated hockey players to discover their true potential on and off the ice. Our curriculum molds players to be adaptable, intelligent, skilled, and most importantly, people of high character. We use a blend of on ice development, sports psychology, video, and quantitative analysis to track the acquisition of the attributes needed to have success at the highest levels. All of our programming is based on the latest research in skill acquisition and sports science. We’re trusted by the NHL’s brightest stars, all the way to beginners.<br />

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Notable Clients Include:</p><br /><br />
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<li>Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks)</li><br /><br />
<li>Vinnie Hinostroza (Chicago Blackhawks)</li><br /><br />
<li>Ryan Hartman (Nashville Predators)</li><br /><br />
<li>Connor Carrick (Toronto Maple Leafs)</li><br /><br />
<li>Jake McCabe (Buffalo Sabres)</li><br /><br />
<li>Jeremy Morin (Toronto Marlies, Toronto Maple Leafs)</li><br /><br />
<li>Brandon Bollig (Calgary Flames)</li><br /><br />
<li>Brandon Pirri (Vegas Golden Knights)</li><br /><br />
<li>Colin Greening (Toronto Marlies, Toronto Maple Leafs)</li><br /><br />
<li>Andy Miele (Philadelphia Flyers)</li><br /><br />
<li>Conor Allen (Milwaukee Admirals, Nashville Predators)</li><br /><br />
<li>John Moore (New Jersey Devils)</li><br /><br />
<li>Ryan Bourque (Hartford Wolf Pack, New York Rangers)</li><br /><br />
<li>Tommy Olczyk (Div 1 Penn State)</li><br /><br />
<li>Eddie Olczyk Jr. (Div 1 Umass, CHL)</li><br /><br />
<li>Max Kalter (Div 1 UConn)</li><br /><br />
<li>Adam Baughman (Div 1 Harvard)</li><br /><br />
<li>James Sanchez (Div 1 USA, Michigan Recruit)</li><br /><br />
<li>Jack Drury (Div 1 Harvard Recruit)</li><br /><br />
<li>Joe Widmar (Div 1 Umass)</li><br /><br />
<li>Stuart Pomeroy (Div 1 Princeton)</li><br /><br />
<li>Tim Lappin (Brown)</li><br /><br />
<li>Cole Coskey (OHL)</li><br /><br />
<li>Patrick Geary (Div 3 Bowdoin)</li><br /><br />
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Media

<br />How local development coach Brian Keane went from the Wall Street Journal to training NHL players<br /><a href=”https://theathletic.com/110898/2017/09/26/local-development-coach-brian-keane-helping-nhl-players-get-a-step-ahead-of-the-competition/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer” data-saferedirecturl=”https://www.google.com/url?q=https://theathletic.com/110898/2017/09/26/local-development-coach-brian-keane-helping-nhl-players-get-a-step-ahead-of-the-competition/&source=gmail&ust=1546455917430000&usg=AFQjCNEEdtG2lKZ5J_GxVDvMBoIJVqWAVw” data-mce-href=”https://theathletic.com/110898/2017/09/26/local-development-coach-brian-keane-helping-nhl-players-get-a-step-ahead-of-the-competition/”>https://theathletic.com/110898<wbr />/2017/09/26/local-development-<wbr />coach-brian-keane-helping-nhl-<wbr />players-get-a-step-ahead-of-<wbr />the-competition/</a>Powers Points: How Brandon Saad is working to get puck luck back on his side<br /><a href=”https://theathletic.com/470501/2018/08/13/powers-points-how-brandon-saad-is-working-to-get-puck-luck-back-on-his-side/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer” data-saferedirecturl=”https://www.google.com/url?q=https://theathletic.com/470501/2018/08/13/powers-points-how-brandon-saad-is-working-to-get-puck-luck-back-on-his-side/&source=gmail&ust=1546455938602000&usg=AFQjCNGOgZFSJmb_8g9LbLUfTzISr8N3IQ” data-mce-href=”https://theathletic.com/470501/2018/08/13/powers-points-how-brandon-saad-is-working-to-get-puck-luck-back-on-his-side/”>https://theathletic.com/470501<wbr />/2018/08/13/powers-points-how-<wbr />brandon-saad-is-working-to-<wbr />get-puck-luck-back-on-his-<wbr />side/</a>Powers Points: Blackhawks should be able to avoid a cap overage, while Jonathan Toews’ offseason work translates<br /><a href=”https://theathletic.com/583060/2018/10/11/powers-points-blackhawks-should-be-able-to-avoid-a-cap-overage-this-season/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer” data-saferedirecturl=”https://www.google.com/url?q=https://theathletic.com/583060/2018/10/11/powers-points-blackhawks-should-be-able-to-avoid-a-cap-overage-this-season/&source=gmail&ust=1546455953419000&usg=AFQjCNE354ePMzN9zwbGfD-_4R1BWJMSFg” data-mce-href=”https://theathletic.com/583060/2018/10/11/powers-points-blackhawks-should-be-able-to-avoid-a-cap-overage-this-season/”>https://theathletic.com/583060<wbr />/2018/10/11/powers-points-<wbr />blackhawks-should-be-able-to-<wbr />avoid-a-cap-overage-this-<wbr />season/</a>The Wraparound: How the Blackhawks put together their first three-game winning streak<br /><a href=”https://theathletic.com/729539/2018/12/22/the-wraparound-how-the-blackhawks-put-together-their-first-three-game-winning-streak/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer” data-saferedirecturl=”https://www.google.com/url?q=https://theathletic.com/729539/2018/12/22/the-wraparound-how-the-blackhawks-put-together-their-first-three-game-winning-streak/&source=gmail&ust=1546455993875000&usg=AFQjCNHjSFgJxlxH0Bj-QlYsY2z4A_L80Q” data-mce-href=”https://theathletic.com/729539/2018/12/22/the-wraparound-how-the-blackhawks-put-together-their-first-three-game-winning-streak/”>https://theathletic.com/729539<wbr />/2018/12/22/the-wraparound-<wbr />how-the-blackhawks-put-<wbr />together-their-first-three-<wbr />game-winning-streak/</a>CPHL League Announcement<a href=”https://www.chicagoprohockeyleague.com/about-cphl/news/announcing-new-chicago-pro-hockey-league-summer-mb-ice-arena-chicago-blackhawks” data-mce-href=”https://www.chicagoprohockeyleague.com/about-cphl/news/announcing-new-chicago-pro-hockey-league-summer-mb-ice-arena-chicago-blackhawks”>https://www.chicagoprohockeyleague.com/about-cphl/news/announcing-new-chicago-pro-hockey-league-summer-mb-ice-arena-chicago-blackhawks</a>Kane, Hinostroza help raise $100,000 at charity gamehttps://www.dailyherald.com/sports/20170805/kane-hinostroza-help-raise-100000-at-charity-gameVinnie Hinostroza training with Patrick Kane to help elevate game going into ‘prove-it’ year with Blackhawkshttps://www.nbcsports.com/chicago/chicago-blackhawks/vinnie-hinostroza-training-patrick-kane-help-elevate-game-going-prove-it-year<br />

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Coaching Staff

Media

How local development coach Brian Keane went from the Wall Street Journal to training NHL players
https://theathletic.com/110898/2017/09/26/local-development-coach-brian-keane-helping-nhl-players-get-a-step-ahead-of-the-competition/

Powers Points: How Brandon Saad is working to get puck luck back on his side
https://theathletic.com/470501/2018/08/13/powers-points-how-brandon-saad-is-working-to-get-puck-luck-back-on-his-side/

Powers Points: Blackhawks should be able to avoid a cap overage, while Jonathan Toews’ offseason work translates
https://theathletic.com/583060/2018/10/11/powers-points-blackhawks-should-be-able-to-avoid-a-cap-overage-this-season/

The Wraparound: How the Blackhawks put together their first three-game winning streak
https://theathletic.com/729539/2018/12/22/the-wraparound-how-the-blackhawks-put-together-their-first-three-game-winning-streak/

CPHL League Announcement

https://www.chicagoprohockeyleague.com/about-cphl/news/announcing-new-chicago-pro-hockey-league-summer-mb-ice-arena-chicago-blackhawks

https://www.dailyherald.com/sports/20170805/kane-hinostroza-help-raise-100000-at-charity-game

Vinnie Hinostroza training with Patrick Kane to help elevate game going into ‘prove-it’ year with Blackhawks

https://www.nbcsports.com/chicago/chicago-blackhawks/vinnie-hinostroza-training-patrick-kane-help-elevate-game-going-prove-it-year 

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