Todd started his junior career playing for the Kanata Valley Lasers of the CJHL. Following a very successful collegiate career at Clarkson University, where he was recognized as a Hobey Baker finalist his senior year, Todd enjoyed over 13 years as a professional.
He signed his first contract as a free agent with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1997. While playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Ottawa Senators, Minnesota Wild, Atlanta Thrashers and New York Rangers he amassed 141 goals, 240 assists for a total of 381 points in 653 career NHL games.
Todd brings a wealth of experience and knowledge and was best known in the NHL for his ability to play in all situations. We are very pleased to have him on the Rink Eye staff and are excited to have our athletes learn from a true professional.
Todd was born May 21, 1975 and currently resides in Kanata, Ontario with his wife Sarah, and their 3 children Taylor, Avery & Ryan.
Dan played locally here in the CJHL for the Hawkesbury Hawks and was selected by the Detroit Red Wings in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft before entering his collegiate career at Northeastern University.
While in college he earned Hockey East first All-Star team honors twice (1995, 1996) and an NCAA East First All-American team nomination in 1996.
His NHL career began with the Edmonton Oilers in 96/97. While stopping in Philadelphia, San Jose, Boston, and New Jersey, Dan accumulated 56 goals, 182 assists for 238 points and amassing 570 penalty minutes in 634 career games. Dan was known not only for his physical presence, but was a player that could be relied upon both offensively and defensively. Rink Eye is very please to add him to our Staff, and excited that he will bring and teach his expertise to our athletes.
Dan was born July 1, 1972 and currently resides in Nepean, Ontario with his wife Elise and two daughters Ashlynn & Emerssyn.
Randy started his junior career with the Ottawa JR Senators of the CJHL before heading to Miami (Ohio) University on a hockey scholarship. After his Hobey Baker finalist year in 1996 he was signed as a free agent and began his professional career with the Boston Bruins Organization.
Amongst his NHL career Randy also played for the Nashville Predators, Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Islanders, Atlanta Thrashers, Philadelphia Flyers,and Ottawa Senators. Over his 10 years in the NHL, Randy compiled 84 goals, 172 assists for 256 points in 531 games.
He was best known for his playmaking ability and being a player that was relied on to help his team on the power play. He currently plays for HC Donbass of the KHL.
Randy was born October 12, 1975 and currently resides in Kanata, Ontario with his wife Joanne and 4 children Hunter, Cole, Mallory & Scarlett.
Matt began his junior career locally for the Cumberland Grads of the CJHL in 1994 before moving on to play for for the Kingston Frontenacs of the OHL.
After a very successful rookie year he was selected in the fourth round by the San Jose Sharks in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.
With his hard work and dedication, Matt earned himself a roster spot and the title of being a full time NHL player with the Sharks in 2000. While playing over 11 seasons for San Jose, Pittsburgh, Washington & Florida he played a total of 675 NHL games while amassing 59 goals 90 assists equalling 149 points and accumulating 562 PIM.
Matt was known as a player that would not only stick up for his teammates and shut down the opponents’ best players, but a player who could be relied upon to play in all situations.
We are extremely excited to add Matt to the Rink Eye team.
Fred played locally for the Smith Falls Bears of the CJHL before moving on to play with the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League. After a very successful OHL career where he spent time with the Generals, London Knights and the Detroit Jr. Red Wings he was signed as a free agent by the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League in 1993.
Following a couple of seasons in the IHL where he scored a goal while playing for the Manitoba Moose November 19, 1996 and the Canadian National Team, he recorded a 2.45 GAA and a .915 SV% in what qualified as his rookie season with the Calgary Flames. Before moving on to Europe where he played in Russia & Germany where he was named the German League’s 2009 MVP, Fred enjoyed stops in Edmonton, Calgary, St.Louis and Columbus. In his NHL career Fred played a total of 254 games with a 2.73 GAA & a .901 SV%.
Rink Eye is very excited to add not only a quality goaltending instructor, but a quality person as well to the staff.
Fred was born November 24, 1972 and currently resides in Nepean, Ontario