UNLeash YOUR POTENTIAL
ABOUT THE INNOVATORS
Corey Stringer, born & raised in Hamilton, Ontario played his minor hockey with the Hamilton Reps AAA.
Following Minor Hockey, he became a member of the Stoney Creek Jr. B Warriors. That same year Corey was called up to the Hamilton Red Wings Jr A hockey club, playing a handful of regular season games, including playoffs.
Corey solidified his position with the Hamilton Red Wings Jr A team the following season. He had a successful career with the Red Wings, playing until his last year at 20 years old. Corey was the team Captain his last year, leading his team to become Western Conference Champions.
Upon leaving Jr hockey, a few years later, Corey signed with the Brantford Blast Sr A hockey club. He played 2 seasons with Brantford, winning the Robertson Cup in 2013.
Corey was also a multi sport athlete, playing Jr A lacrosse for 5 years during the summers. He won a National Championship, Minto Cup with the Six Nations Arrows in 2007. That same year he was drafted 19th overall in the National Lacrosse League to the Chicago Shamrox.
Corey has been coaching Rep hockey & lacrosse for over 10 years. He’s a Level 3 certified Hockey Canada Coach & Ontario Lacrosse Coach.
His love & passion for the game is evident, focusing on improvement. Corey has a vision for true 1 on 1 development. He works closely with all players; coaching, teaching, instructing and helping on all levels, both mentally & physically. He always wants to be the best mentor possible. Coreys goal is player success and make sure they have fun!”
"This past summer my son participated in training sessions with Corey. My son loved Corey as an instructor and looked forward to going to each session.
Jerry and Carla
"Corey Stringer is an exceptional hockey instructor, who keeps the kids engaged and doing their best. My boys are always happy and excited to go train with Corey. As he always makes the training new and fun. But ensures they are developing to their top potential.
Corey's skills and love for the game show in his passion when training the kids."