• Congratulations to Sarah Wozniewicz on being selected to the U-18 National Team for the three game rivalry series vs. Team USA in Lake Placid, NY! Great work, Sarah!
  • A mini documentary featuring Edge Alumni Sam McBean as he reflects on his experiences and time at Edge. 
Shot and directed by Liam Peterson.
  • What an off-season for these guys! After many hours in the gym Jared Wilson, Tyler Wong, and Ty Rattie are off to their respective teams for the season. Best of luck overseas, fellas⁣!⁣
🇫🇮: Jared Wilson- Vaasan Sport⁣⁣
🇨🇳: Tyler Wong- Kunlun Red Star⁣⁣
🇷🇺: Ty Rattie- Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
  • Congratulations to Sarah Wozniewicz on being selected to the Women’s National U-18 Team Selection Camp taking place here in Calgary from August 2-11. Good luck, Sarah!
  • The Calder Cup took a quick visit to the Duckett Performance Centre this morning as @jakedbean_2 celebrates his day with the cup!
  • Duckett Athlete @max.crozier is the newest member of the @tblightning! Congratulations Max! ⁣#nhldraft ⁣
📸: @tblightning
  • Congratulations to Duckett Athlete Jake Bean and the rest of @checkershockey on winning their first-ever Calder Cup earlier this month!
  • PSA: New Duckett Wear is now available! Get yours today. ⁣
Special thanks to @dylanholloway_  and @jacob.elms for modelling the new merchandise!

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The Young Guns Winter sessions are for students in grades 4-9 will run from July 1st - August 25th. This program is flexible, giving you the opportunity to choose your schedule: Training times included Mondays and Wednesdays, Fridays at 3:30-4:30 pm and Saturdays at 11 am.


The training program is 2 day/week or 3 days/week and incorporates strength, stability, speed/agility, balance/coordination and energy systems training. The Young Guns will be trained in small groups (4-8 students) and spend 60 minutes working on expanding their athletic potential each time they are with their coach.

All training will be done onsite at the DPC and Edge School.


Ages 8-12

Why is youth training important for your child?

Strength and conditioning for prepubescent athletes has shown to have profound effects on strength, coordination, confidence and bone mineral density development. Due to the sensitivity of the young nervous system, this is the ideal time to beginning training movement patterns and neuromuscular development through exposure to a wide variety to movements and shapes. This approach helps expand the bandwidth of the athlete’s physical vocabulary and diversifies their motor potential.

For inquiries regarding the Young Guns Program, please contact: