Jamie Lee Rattray holds a ton of experience in hockey both in coaching and playing. She is a current member of the PWHPA (Professional Women's Hockey Players Association). Whose mission is to promote, advance, and support a single, viable professional women’s ice hockey league in North America. In 2018 She was a part of the Clarkson Cup winning Markham Thunder of the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL). During that season she also took home the Jayna Hefford award, which is awarded to the MVP of the CWHL as voted on by the players. Internationally Rattray has represented Canada at many different levels. At the 2015, 2016, 2019 World Championships, she represented Canada at the highest level, winning silver and bronze with the Canadian Women’s National Team; she has also won gold at the U18 World Championship. She’s also gone on to represent Canada four times at the U22 National Development level, winning gold at the Meco Cup in 2013 and 2016. Rattray also suited up for the Clarkson University for four years, where she led the school to its first-ever NCAA Tournament Championship title. Throughout her university career she averaged over a point-per-game and graduated as Clarkson’s all-time leading scorer with 181 career points on 77 goals and 104 assists through 147 games. In her senior year she was honoured with the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, which recognizes the top female player in the NCAA.
Rattray has coached and mentored many different levels and age groups; some of these experiences include skills development for many teams around the Greater Toronto Area she has also been an assistant coach with the Mississauga Chiefs Bantam AA and Midget AA team
Our programs aim to mentor and teach the next generation of hockey players to become the best athletes they can be. With a high energy training environment our programs aim to create a positive yet challenging environment for our athletes to thrive in. We want our athletes to enjoy the process of training, while also feeling comfortable pushing themselves out of their comfort zone. Our goal is to achieve excellence consistency within our training, meaning that our athletes have the "punch, punch out" mentality.
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not a action but a habit" - Will Durant
TO DEVELOP THE CREATIVE, SKILLED AND CONSISTENT HOCKEY PLAYER.