Puckstoppers - Media Coverage
Puckstoppers in the Media
Because we are good at what we do, we receive regular accolades from various levels of the media. Below are only some of the highlights of coverage Puckstoppers has received.
(Latest events are listed at the top)
Long-time Puckstoppers instructor Ted Monnich is hired by the ECHL's Columbia Inferno as video coach. Ted will also be working with the Inferno's NHL affiliate Toronto Maple Leafs
-After a 3 year hiatus, Puckstoppers realigns itself with Hockeygeeks.com and London Source for Sports as a major sponsor of their schools. London Source will offer discounts, free skate sharpening and the largest goalie selection in the area.
-Long-time Puckstoppers Instructor, Yona Fioravanti follows his personal goaltending student and Puckstoppers school attendee, Billy Sauer, as he is hired by the Michigan Wolverines as their goaltending coach.
Xilarate Sports Power Fluid joins Puckstoppers as a sponsor and as the official drink of all Puckstoppers camps.
-Dartfish, in a media release announces to the world that Puckstoppers is the first to use their software in the hockey market.
-Puckstoppers becomes the first and only hockey or goalie school in the world to use Dartfish video software. This software is the finest on the planet and is used by countless professional teams in many major sports.
-Alain Lemieux joins Puckstoppers as Head Shooting Instructor. Alain played 10 season of pro hockey including many in the NHL where he was a star. He has also coached professional hockey for many years and owns his own hockey training company that works with thousands of minor hockey aged players annually. Alain set many records while playing junior and his younger brother Mario Lemieux, is an NHL legend and owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
-Itech joins Puckstoppers as a new sponsor, joining Vaughn and Eddy Masks. (Louisville was sold and has rescinded most sponsorships for 2006)
Rob Scremp joins Puckstoppers as a Shooting Instructor for the summer. Rob is an OHL All Star for the Memorial Cup Champion London Knights, the OHL record holder for most points ever in the playoffs and an Edmonton Oiler draft choice.
Eddy Masks, joins Vaughn, Louisville and Armadilla as another major sponsor of Puckstoppers schools.
Puckstoppers is the subject of a feature interview with Chris Dyson, Puckstoppers President on the 'The Face Off Hockey Show' on Broadcast Monster.com, The Internet Sports Network, heard live around the world.
-Louisville Hockey comes on board as a major sponsor of Puckstoppers schools, joining Vaughn.
-Puckstoppers incorporates under the name Level Playing Field Sports Concepts Inc. and announces it will operate a new hockey league in London called The Just for Fun Hockey League.
-Puckstoppers is again featured on Rogers Television
-Puckstoppers is again the subject of a feature news article in the Woodstock Sentinel newspaper.
Puckstoppers is featured on Rogers Television
-Puckstoppers is the subject of a televised feature, seen across Canada on The Canadian Learning Channel, City TV and New PL.
-Puckstoppers featured in The Londoner newspaper article.
Vaughn Hockey comes on board as a major sponsor of Puckstoppers schools.
While we are conducting a school, Puckstoppers is the subject of a feature on the evening sports report on KPRC, one of Houston's largest television stations. Just for fun, we put the reporter in gear and then try to teach him how to play goal...while the cameras run!
Puckstoppers has an article published by Bauer Hockey company in it's annual 'From The Crease' magazine.
Puckstoppers begins writing a regular column for The South London Reporter weekly newspaper
Puckstoppers is the subject of a full page story in Urheilu Newspaper in Finland, covering our invitation by the Finnish Ice Hockey Federation and our week long tour and instruction of Finnish goaltenders from Tyke to pro.
Puckstoppers is the Subject of an article in Business London magazine
Puckstoppers is the subject of a feature on the evening news (Sports)
Puckstoppers is featured on the Front Page in the Headline Stores banner of the London Free Press and in a 3/4 page article on the Front Page of the Sports Section.