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Matteo Pietroniro

Matteo was born in Boise, Idaho, before moving to Prescott, Arizona, when he was six. Matteo has grown up in a hockey family, with his dad playing and coaching professional hockey worldwide. Matteo played all his minor hockey for the Coyotes and the Bobcats in the valley. After his time in the valley, he moved to Quebec, Canada, to play midget hockey and, later on, was drafted to the QJMHL and played two seasons for the Baie Comeau Drakkar before switching leagues and joining the Chicago Steel in the USHL. Finishing his junior career in 2018-2019, Matteo signed his first professional contract with the Lahti Pelicans in the Finnish top league Liiga. In his second season professionally, he played for the Bolzano Foxes in the ICEHL. After returning from Europe, Matteo started his career in North America, playing for the Newfoundland Growlers in the ECHL. He is now moving into his second entire season with the Toronto Marlies in the AHL. This upcoming season with the Marlies will be his 5th season as a professional.
His route in hockey has taken him everywhere, offering him tons of experience and perseverance in the game of hockey.
Matteo strives to be better every day on and off the ice while positively impacting others.

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Parker Hoffman

Parker was born in the Chicago suburbs, residing in the area for most of his childhood. Parker played hockey growing up until the end of high school. He grew up playing other sports, including golf, but he always had a passion for hockey. Upon graduating high school, Parker decided to continue his love for hockey by accepting the Head Equipment Manager position with the New Jersey Titans. After just one year in New Jersey, Parker returned to the Chicago area after receiving the Head Equipment Manager position with Chicago Steel. At 19, Parker became one of the youngest Head Equipment managers in USHL history. During his 5-season tenure with the Chicago Steel, Parker aided in the skill and player development of numerous notable NHL draft picks, including Owen Power, Josh Doan, Matt Coronato, Sam Colangelo, Mackie Samoskevich, Brendan Brisson, Sean Farrell, and multiple Division 1 player. Parker was a member of the 2021 Clark Cup Champion Chicago Steel, was selected as the Head Equipment Manager for the 2021 USHL Bio-Steel All-Star game, and was a part of the Equipment Staff for Team USA at the 2021 World Junior Championships. In addition, Parker has worked various games and development camps with the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes. After spending most of his offseasons in Arizona, Parker is now residing in Arizona full time. Parker brings his years of hockey player development, knowledge, and wisdom to the Scottsdale area. Parker has first-hand looked at what it takes to improve and play the game at the highest level progressively. He understands the work ethic needed to be successful at the game on and off the ice. Parker’s primary goal is to help the next generation of hockey players achieve/her highest potential. Parker is right-handed.

Jordan Nolan

Jordan Nolan is a Arizona native that grew up playing hockey around the Scottsdale area. He was born in Mesa, Arizona and attended Pinnacle High School. After learning to skate at 4 years old, Jordan played travel hockey at the AAA level for the Phoenix Jr. Coyotes and the very first Arizona Bobcats team. He then went on to play in the NA3HL for the Jersey Shore Wildcats of New Jersey where he led the team as the assistant captain. Jordan also served as the assistant captain and captain of the NAU Ice Jacks during his time at his alma mater. During his playing career he was a defenseman that took pride in his offensive ability and defensive awareness. He is currently attending the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health to become a Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry but excited to be part of the Arizona hockey community once again as a trainer at the Hockey Pro Shop. Jordan’s goals are to help his clients improve their shots by focusing on the fundamentals. He aims to improve the accuracy, power, and release of your shot to become a goal scorer. Jordan is a left-handed shooter.

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Will Lachapelle

Will Lachapelle is a local trainer that currently plays for the ASU Club Hockey Program going into his fourth year. He is a forward that prides his game on his shot, situational awareness, and stickhandling. From the Scottsdale area, Will has been playing hockey around the valley since he was 8 years old. Will was an assistant captain for Pinnacle High School where he was a part of three Division 1 State Championships. Will caters his training sessions to each of his clients and focuses on the idea of a complete shot that incorporates all necessary aspects including accuracy, power and release time. With 13 years of experience, Will knows how to help you improve your game by creating game-like scenarios that will force you to think on your feet and become a better hockey player. Lastly, I am a right-handed shooter.

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Logan Derryberry

Hello, my name is Logan Derryberry. I was born in Minot North Dakota and began skating when I was 2 years old. After moving to Arizona, I played house hockey out of both Peoria and Scottsdale until I reached high school. I played in the Arizona High School Hockey Association (AHSHA) for the Pinnacle High School for 4 years and was fortunate to have won 3 D1 Arizona State Championships my Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior year, along with serving as the D1 team Captain my senior year. 
After high school, I took the opportunity to move out to the East Coast and continued with my hockey development, while experiencing a new and refreshing style of hockey training that I plan to spread here.
My first season, I played for the 18U AAA Elite North Shore Hockey Academy out of Massachusetts where I served as the team Captain.
My second season, I played Juniors in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) for the Seacoast Spartans out of New Hampshire where I again served as the team Captain. 
I passed on playing another year of Juniors and moved back to Phoenix where I plan on getting my education while playing hockey at Arizona State University. I am a left-handed player.