Intech Skills & Conditioning is the sister company to Intech HPT in Canada.
Intech has always been committed to the advancement of performance training and injury prevention by sharing knowledge to expand sport specific skills, conditioning, and all around abilities and health of athletes on and off the ice.
With early focus on mechanics and core strengthening, we lead our athletes into hockey specific, high volume workouts that will make players' potential explode with on-ice skill sessions. The methodologies that go into planning training programs are built into On Ice Clinics.
On Ice Testing (Certified SportTesting)
Game Situational Drills
The entire #InTechFamily is passionate about helping its athletes achieve their personal wellness goals, both on the ice and in life.
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We help kids achieve their goals and teach them the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in life through our hockey camps, clinics and Spring or Fall development programs.
Ryan is the co-founder of Intech Hockey USA with Derrell Levy. He played for the Toronto Young Nationals in the GTHL in the late 90's, then moved on to play for the Cornwall Colts in the CJHL during a period when they were one of the best teams in Canada and won multiple championships. He attended Oswego State University on a scholarship, and together with Derrell he played for the Lakers and helped them win the national championship in 2007. Ryan initially signed a pro contract to play with the Port Huron Icehawks of the IHL, but was unable to perform due to injury. Since then he has become a full-time youth hockey development coach and hosts camps, clinics and Spring/Fall development programs for young players in the Westchester County, New York area.
Born in Maple, Ontario, Canada, Lucas played his final season of major junior hockey with the Oshawa Generals in 2012-13 after scoring 19 goals and 34 points in 35 OHL games. He also played for the Portland Pirates in 5 American Hockey League games during this time. Lucas was most famously known for making the cut to start the 2013-14 NHL season with the Phoenix Coyotes, after being selected 56th overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. He was assigned to begin the year with the Springfield Falcons in the 2015-16 AHL season, but was later traded to the Montreal Canadiens where he remained in the AHL while assigned to the Canadiens' affiliate, the St. John's IceCaps. Lucas is currently playing for Medvescak Zagreb of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).