We’re unique in the level of care we have for every player we work with. That’s not something you can train or learn, it’s something you are. Every single member of our team genuinely cares. It’s not about making money, it’s about helping people. 

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Imagine your favourite NHL player you watched growing up as a kid, dreaming of one day playing like he does. Now imagine he’s your very own personal coach who is helping you elevate your game. At Raze, we set up all of our players with their very own personal coach. Having a personal coach can elevate every area of your game and help you handle the inevitable challenges, slumps and other obstacles all players face. He will be there alongside you through games, practices, on and off-ice training, and will put you on a plan to help raze the bar in your game.  


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Jeremy was drafted 8th overall in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks, for whom he played from 1988 to 1996. Jeremy subsequently played for the Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and San Joes Sharks over the course of his 20 NHL season career. He also represented Team USA on numerous international tournaments. On November 10, 2007, he became the third American-born player to score 500 goals. On August 6, 2009, Jeremy announced his retirement from the NHL and professional hockey. He finished his career having scored 513 goals and 703 assists in 1,363 games for a total of 1,216 points.


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Selected at No. 12 by the Ottawa Senators in the 1997 NHL Draft, Hossa made his league debut early that season against the Montreal Canadiens. After playing seven games with the Senators, Hossa was moved to Portland, of the Western Hockey League; going on to win the 1998 Memorial cup, Hossa also won the Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy that season (45 goals, 40 assists, 85 points, in 53 games). During the 2000-01 season, Hossa scored 32 goals and 75 points playing with the Senators earning him his first spot in the NHL All Star Game, later making four more All-Star Game appearances. Being traded in 2005 to the Atlanta Thrashers, here Hossa made NHL history as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season. Moving to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the 2008 trade deadline, Hossa was a major contributor in the playoffs, scoring 26 points before elimination. Playing just one season with the Detroit Red Wings 2008-09 before signing with the Chicago Blackhawks, Marian Hossa became the first NHL player to appear in the Stanley Cup Finals three straight seasons, on three different teams. After winning the Stanley Cup his first season with the Blackhawks in 2010, he stayed in Chicago until retiring in 2017.


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Nicknamed “The Dominator”, Dominik Hasek is widely known as one of the NHL’s best goaltenders of all time. Beginning his 16-season NHL career in 1990 with the Chicago Blackhawks, Hasek played only 25 games as the backup goaltender. His first victory came in 1991, with a score of 5-3 against the Buffalo Sabres, the team in which Hasek was traded to in 1992. It was during this time he spent between 1992-2001 playing with the Sabres, Hasek made his mark in the NHL becoming one of the greatest goaltenders in the league. Initially brought on to be a backup goalie to Grant Fuhr, partway through his second season on the new team Hasek was elevated to starter. That same year, in 1994 Dominik was not only awarded the first of his six Vezina Trophy’s, but he was also runner up for the Hart Memorial Trophy and shared the William M. Jennings Trophy with teammate Fuhr. Hasek made NHL history playing on the Sabres, becoming one of the few goalies to win the Hart Trophy, and first to win it twice. After 9 seasons playing on the team in which he built a highly reputable name for himself, Hasek was traded to the Detroit Red Wings. In his first season, he played at a career high with 41 wins, and just 15 losses; going on with the Red Wings to win the Stanley Cup. After his contract with the Red Wings expired, Dominik played on the Ottawa Senators for one season before resigning with the Red Wings and winning a second Stanley Cup in 2008.


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Former professional goalie, Ilya Bryzgalov, played for 16 years before retiring in 2015. He was drafted 44th overall in the 2nd round of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft and came from Russia to start his American hockey career with Anaheim Mighty Ducks taking over in net during the 2005 – 06 season. In the 2006-07 season, Bryzgalov won the Stanley Cup with the Mighty Ducks. He earned a bronze medal with the Russian national team in the 2002 Winter Olympics adding to his colourful success as a three-time Olympian. He enjoyed a long and successful career in the NHL with the Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Edmonton Oilers and Minnesota Wild.