Coach Glenn, along with our other nationally certified coaches (four on ice during sessions) have coached teams from all levels and ages of Minor Hockey to University to Junior, winning Major Championships and Coach of the Year honours along the way. Each is fully qualified to teach “TODAY’S HOCKEY”. The respect they have earned from theirs peers and players alike is second to none.
Attended John Abbott College in Montreal, St. Lawrence University and played Junior Hockey in Belleville, Ont. He has trained players from Beginner to Pro in Canada, United States, Europe and Asia.
A Nationally Certified Coach with 20 years of Coaching experience in Skills Development, European Technique Power Skating as well as Game Playing and Compete Tactics. He is also co-founder of Pacific Elite Hockey Academy a program of training for young athletes in Asia as well as in Canada.
Coach Glenn’s unique ability to communicate with players of all ages and his attention to detail, discipline and running fast paced sessions makes him one of the most sought after Coaches in BC and abroad. He is acknowledged to be the Number one (#1) Hockey School Instructor in the Lower Mainland.
Among Coach Glenn’s Coaching accomplishments are:
- Minor League Team Coach of the Year (6 Times)
- Twice (2) Championship Banner Head Coach Provincial Finals (Four(4) Times Finalist)
- Eight Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association League Titles (PeeWee to Midget)
- Coached Seafair PeeWee 1996 Team-Quebec Winter Carnival (Hockey Record 5 wins-1 Loss.)
- 21 Winter Tournament Champions In Canada and U.S. (Atom to Midget)
- Gold Medal Winner- Challenge Cup, Mainland Tournament and Whistler International ( Total 7 Times)
- Silver Medal Winner- Winnipeg Subway Challenge, Calgary Stampede and Edmonton Challenge Cup (Total 4 Times)
Alex Petan was one of the 10 Hobey Baker Finalists and was a co-captain of Michigan Tech in his senior season. He was also named All-WCHA First Team as well as MVP of his team
This year he scored a career-best 18 goals, along with 33 points in 36 games for Tech. His four game-winners was tied for 18th and six power play goals was tied for 21st entering this weekend’s NCAA tournament (Tech is not in the tournament).
His production and leadership was a big reason that Michigan Tech won their first WCHA championship since 1976 this season.
This leadership and Goal scoring prowess will be a key factor in coaching players at our PEHS 2016 PEHS Hockey Schools.
Alex played for the Iowa Wild for the remainder of the season.
Coach Mitch Ward has over 8 years of coaching experience and has spent the past 5 years with the Richmond Ravens program. Mitch is a certified NCCP Advanced 1 Coach and has managed coaching clinics for beginning and intermediate coaches. His extensive background in Education is an asset when working with boys and girls of all ages. Coach Mitch joined Pacific Elite Hockey School last year proving invaluable in developing stick management skills, shooting and game play tactics. Mitch has spent the past 15 years as a scout for the Calgary Hitmen. He travels throughout Western Canada looking for and identifying players for the WHL Bantam draft. As a player, Mitch played for the Kelowna Spartans and Chilliwack Chiefs of the BCJHL and for Williams Lake Mustangs of the RMJHL.
Anthony Bardaro (UBC)
Anthony is entering his third year as a top scoring forward with the UBC Thunderbirds and in his rookie year finished fifth among all Canada West rookie scorers. Anthony played over 300 games in the WHL with the Spokane Chiefs and Prince Albert Raiders and finished his career with over 200 points. Now in his third year as a PEHS associate coach his scoring, stickhandling and skating expertise is demonstrated to all players from H3-4 to the highest midget levels. His outgoing manner and attention to details makes him one of our most valuable coaches.
Brayden Low (WHL)
Brayden played his Minor Hockey in Richmond . He was drafted out of Bantam by the Portland Winterhawks (WHL). Prior to joining Portland he played one season with the Richmond Sockeyes, Merritt Centennials, and Powell River Kings (BCHL), before finding a home with the Everett Silvertips (WHL) where he is entering his third year with the team. He has been coaching at Pacific Elite Hockey School for 4 years and his contribution to the development of many of the young players have led them to go on to Junior or College Hockey careers.
Born in Hong Kong, Jasper is a former Richmond Minor Hockey Association player and previously played for Simon Fraser University. Following SFU, he began travelling and competing in various events from the National and Asia Winter Games to the IIHF World Championships with the Hong Kong National Team. Jasper previously coached 5 years at Connaught Can Power Skate with decorated Canadian Speed Skater Michelle Pepin, learning and coaching fundamentals and mechanics of skating to young hockey players. Jasper's rapport with young players is incredible and his Power Skating techniques are second to none. Each player will benefit immeasurably from his expertise
Trent is currently playing for the University of Regina after three years playing in the WHL. Regarded as a hard working dedicated player Trent brings with him an enthusiasm and love for the Game which is transferred to all the players. Previously Trent also Coached at Canlan Ice Sports over the last two summers and his reputation as a Minor Hockey Coach precedes him. Pacific Elite Hockey School is proud to have Trent join our Program.