Development Staff (Brampton Canadettes Girls Hockey Association)

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About our Development Staff



Journey to Excel

Journey to Excel’s goal is to develop confident, creative, skilled players! The journey to success is about character and performance. Journey to Excel takes pride in making the game fun. It is key to enjoy the process of training and playing. Programs include the combination of a positive environment and of challenging on-Ice development sessions. This generates internal motivation and results in effective training. Journey to Excel involves Adrian Lomonaco, an on ice skills coach for Hockey Canada and Jennifer Botterill, a four time Olympian with the Canadian Women’s Hockey team.



Rob Beatty

Rob Beatty will be our Representative and House League goalie instructor for the upcoming season. Rob brings a wealth of experience to the Canadettes including: current goalie coach for the Brampton Battalion; goalie evaluator for the OHL skills combine; contributing designer to Hockey Canada goaltender instructor accreditation program; facilitator for OMHA goaltender specialty clinics; instructor for Hockey Canada goaltender clinics; head instructor for Toronto Maple Leaf hockey camps and skills clinics; and many other credentials that make him a great addition to the Canadettes program. Dan has assisted him in many of his programs and camps and brings that experience to the program.


Mike Gout

The Canadettes are also all about the fitness of their players and have included a training program for strength and conditioning within the development programs. This program runs in conjunction with their on ice program and is run by Mike Gout.Mike has a strong background in this field and his credentials include working with players from all levels of hockey. Mike is currently involved in training the BYHA along with the Toronto Marlies, Mississauga Senators, Young Nats and Mississauga Hornets all from the GTHL. His training techniques are well known to be effective and allow for players to improve their game all the way up to and including players at the NHL and other professional levels.
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