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Spring Summer Fall Program with Josh Kern

26 Weeks of Training with Josh Kern

Training from Mid-March to Winter Tryouts: Up to 4 hours every week. Train to become a beast! Different options available. Training will be available to limit conflicts with other sports and hockey events. There will be some training on weekdays but mostly on weekends. 3 sessions of 75 to 90 minutes every week. There will also be a 2-week break after July 4 holiday. Rinks we use for our training are Parade, Breck, St. Louis Park, Highland in Mendota Heights, and other easily accessible rinks in Metro. Number of players limited to maximize touches and development.

We will have the following age groups – Click relevant age group to apply to program:

College / Pro /  USHL / WHL /  OHL / NAHL Only 

High School 12th Grade

High School 11th/10th Grade

Bantam 8th/9th Grade

Peewee 6th/7th Grade

Squirt 4th/5th Grade

Upper Mite 2nd/3rd Grade

Mite K/1st Grade

Take our Training Questionnaire to see your score! Develop skills that separate performance.



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Josh Kern – teaching/training the newer generation of hockey players the game of hockey, more specifically, teaching the advanced athlete the newest hockey techniques and terminologies, combined with real-time video analysis. Josh played D1 hockey at Minnesota State University, in the USHL and NHL with the St. Louis Blues.

My Edge Hockey focuses on individualized skill development, in-game drills, combined with video technology creating a truly unique training environment for the elite players.  The drive to master each skill set only comes through thousands of hours of repetition and to push each player outside of their comfort zone.

We are working to build a set of tools for each player that will strengthen their game and maximize their in-game effectiveness.  This skillset will define a player as they progress in their career and will ultimately decide how far they will go in the game-of-hockey.  They are building their “brand.”  They are forming their own dynasty as a hockey player.  This year will be the beginning in the quest to achieve their goals.


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