Ryan Power - Lead Instructor, Off-Ice Training & Power Skating

Ryan grew up in Norman's Cove - Long Cove and played minor hockey in the Trinity Placentia association in Whitbourne. In Midget he moved on to play AAA in St John's, and from there was drafted into the OHL by the North Bay Centennials. Ryan played in North Bay for two full seasons before moving back east to Halifax where he suited up for the Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL for the 97-98 season. Ryan was also a captain during his last year of Junior hockey for the Amherst Ramblers. In 1999 Ryan moved to Charlottetown PEI to play in the AUS conference for the UPEI Panthers, playing 4 full seasons. In 2004 Ryan was selected to participate on the reality TV show, Making the Cut. Throughout Canada over 4000 young hopefuls went thru tryouts, Ryan was selected in the final 63 players to take part in a pro camp in Vernon BC, it was aired on CBC. After Vernon, He signed a Pro Contract in Albuquerque NM, and played the full season in the Central Hockey League between the New Mexico Scorpions and the Oklahoma City Blazers. Ryan finished out his playing career as a senior player for the Summerside Ice Fox, the Deer Lake Redwings, and the Clarenville Caribous where he's collected two championship rings. The Herder Memorial Trophy in 2009 as the NL winner, and the Allan Cup in 2011 as the National winner.

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