Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams

Founder | Ice Hockey Performance Specialist

 

Hayley Williams is a professional ice hockey player in the Russian Women’s Hockey League. Hockey has shaped her entire life, evolving into a passion not only for playing, but for coaching as well. Hayley has been coaching on-ice skill development and off-ice performance training for over a decade, and holds multiple degrees and certifications in sports performance training.

Hayley is a three-time professional All-Star, two-time Assistant Captain of Team USA’s National University Team, and bronze medal winner of the World University Games (the world’s second largest international sporting event, surpassed only by the Olympic Games).

Hayley has dedicated her life to playing and teaching hockey all over the world, educating and inspiring hockey players to achieve their true potential in both hockey and in life.

Kathyrn Kennedy

Kathyrn Kennedy

Ice Hockey Skills Coach

 

Kathryn Kennedy is a professional ice hockey player in the DamEttan Södra league. As the current captain of Karskrona Hockey Club, she is leading the league in scoring for the ‘19-‘20 season.

Prior to Karlskrona, Kennedy was an NCAA D1 student athlete at Rochester Institute of Technology. During her four-year career, she was able to record 23 points, received College Hockey America Player Of The Week accolades, was named to the College Hockey America All-Academic Team 3 times, and was named an American Hockey Coaches Association Krampade All-American Scholar.

Kathryn grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, playing minor hockey for both the Hamilton Hawks and Stoney Creek Sabres.

Masha Pugina

Masha Pugina

Ice Hockey Skills Coach

 

Masha Pugina is a professional ice hockey player in her 5th season in the Russian Women’s Hockey League (WHL).

A solid, stay-at-home defenseman for Dynamo of Saint Petersburg, Masha has won one silver medal (‘18/‘19) and two bronze medals (‘17/‘18 & ‘16/‘17) in the WHL league championship.

Masha represented the Russian National Team at the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship in St. Catharines, ON, Canada.

Masha holds a diploma of secondary vocational education as a Physical Education and Sports Teacher from the Nizhny Novgorod Regional College of Olympic Reserve.

Maddie Norton

Maddie Norton

Ice Hockey Skills Coach

 

Maddie Norton is a professional ice hockey player in the National Women’s Hockey League. Prior to playing for the Buffalo Beauts, she played for the University at Buffalo’s D2 ACHA team. During her career she earned multiple First Team All American awards as well as the Zoe Harris Player of the Year award to end her career.

Maddie is very passionate about training athletes, specifically hockey players. Maddie obtained her degree from the University at Buffalo in Biomedical Sciences and obtained her certification in personal training from the National Sports Academy of Medicine.