The first-assist program is a six-session course led by Stanley-Cup winning, parent of two Division I hockey players, expert Tom Chorske.
The program is designed to provide aspiring teenage hockey players and their parents with an expert roadmap through the dynamic world of hockey. Throughout this program, participants will gain invaluable insights into critical topics, from understanding the intricacies of junior hockey leagues and the college hockey landscape to demystifying the role of hockey family advisors. Each session combines in-depth knowledge with practical guidance, helping students make informed decisions, match their skills with the right opportunities, and develop the winning mindset required for success in the journey of hockey. By the courses end, you’ll be well-equipped to navigate the hockey landscape with confidence and clarity.