Brent Bobyck Powerskating

Brent Bobyck Powerskating started in 2005. For the last 18 years Brent has dedicated himself to coaching players of all ages and skills. From NHL Stanley Cup Champions like Jaden Schwartz and Ryan Murray to beginner hockey players who are looking to improve their skating fundamentals.

Brent is known for his high energy while on the ice coaching. He uses constant correction with a hands on approach to help get the most out of the players he coaches. Positive reinforcement and a progression based teaching approach has been the backbone of Brent's coaching style for the past 18 years.

Having fun is the most important part when working with Brent. He prides himself on being able to teach young players life skills through the game of hockey. Brent took what he learned from figure skating at a young age and blended it with hockey power skating to develop his unique coaching techniques.

Bobber's Playing Career

Brent Bobyck took figure skating as a kid to improve his skating as a hockey player because powerskating for hockey never existed at this point in time. He had a private figure skating coach and this motivated him to become a powerskating coach later in life.

Brent played 4 years at Notre Dame and won the national championship in '85 - '86. He then went on to play for North Dakota Fighting Souix and ended up winning a national championship in '86 - '87.

Brent was then drafted by the Montreal Canadians as the 78th overall pick in the 1986 NHL draft. He went on to sign a 3 year contract with the Montreal Canadians.

Brent had a successful professional hockey career where he played a total of 14 seasons.