The original founder of PFGS. Sean has been instructing goalies for 20 years. Sean is currently the goaltending consultant for the WHL Vancouver Giants, the UBC Thunderbirds (CIS), Hockey Canada, Twist Pro conditioning, as well as being a consultant to numerous associations throughout BC and extending South to California. Sean has played many years of Junior hockey and has also coached in the PIJHL and the BCHL.
The first student of PFGS to receive a college scholarship, Rob now is co-owner of Pro-Formance goalie schools. A graduate of Hamline University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management; Rob played four years of college hockey where as a freshman he won 2nd team all conference honors. Rob also played professionally with the Texarcana Bandits. He has been training goalies for over five years with students ranging from six years old to goalies at the Junior A, NCAA, and WHL levels.
Joey First attended PFGS at the age of 13, shortly after he made an impression at the BC hockey level leading to further successes; Joey is the owner of Proali Goalie Training and is now proud to be part owner of Pro-Formance Goalie Schools! His insight is brought forth from years of playing experience; Junior B (PJHL), Junior A (AWHL) & College (NCAA, conference MCHA). He received his scholarship after winning a national title at the Junior A level. He’s received student awards for academics while studying business and marketing and athletic awards for his play on the ice during his years at college. Joey is the goalie consultant to: the Langley Rivermen (Seventh season in the BCHL, 2014 BCHL Champion), NCAA institutions, Fraser Valley Rush (FMMAAA), CBHA (Team Canada blind hockey), Yonsei University South Korea & Lakeland Super Camps. In addition to using technology as teaching/training tools; his success is a result of the approach he takes (no cookie cutter approach) with each and every goalie he trains; being positive, energetic and challenging!
Jordan began as a student with Pro-Formance at the age of ten and from there went on to play with the Victoria Salsa of the BCHL where he led his team to the BCHL championship title. In 2001 he was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the 7th round of the NHL draft and also accepted a full ride scholarship to Bowling Green State University in Ohio. During his four years at BGSU Jordan was named a CCHA Second Team All-star, a First Team All-star and named a top ten Hobey Baker finalist. Upon graduating at BGSU with a degree in Computer Animation, Jordan signed his first NHL contract with the Boston Bruins and made his NHL Debut on January 7, 2006. Jordan played the next three seasons with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey. Jordan then went on to play professional hockey in Russia and Austria and is now excited to have the opportunity to work full-time with Pro-Formance and share the skills and experiences he has learned throughout his career with his students. After 1 year with the Everett Slivertips (WHL) and 2 years with Abbotsford Heat (AHL), he is now the goalie coach for the Calgary Flames (NHL).