Jason and the staff at Future Pro's Hockey, Thank you once again for all you've done for our son Ryall. You provided him an opportunity to play high end summer hockey in a competitive, respectful and hardworking environment. We loved the approach and everyone had a good time doing it. Ryall is in college at the Univ. of Buffalo playing ACHA hockey and doing very well. All the best my friend...! Grant Ledyard - 18 year NHL Player
If your son has the passion and the work ethic to get to the next level, I'd recommend Future Pro's above all other programs. Jason Fortier quite simply became the most influential coach and hockey mentor for my son Jacob Hayhurst. When Jacob was considering making the leap from Midget to Junior A, he trained through the summer with Future Pro's Hockey. My son had offers from various local Jr. A programs. The question that was asked was “which one of these coaches will give you the best hockey science and push you to the best hockey development?” The answer from the hockey player was Jason Fortier and there was nothing else to discuss. Sometimes the player knows best. Future Pro's Hockey played a large role in my son receiving a Division. I scholarship to RPI. The staff at Future Pro's Hockey love the game, but they like to keep the word FUN involved with training and coaching.
"Best coach I ever had hands down. Learned more about the game and myself as a hockey player then ever before. One of the biggest reasons I made it to college hockey. He keeps the game fun and teaches you about structure and the importance of challenging yourself internally each day. Back to back championships don't happen by accident."
Robert Powers - NCAA Division 1 Robert Morris University
My son Tyler Currie has been with the Future Pros program for the past 5 years, and also been coached by Mike and Jason for 3 years in Junior Hockey. Over the past 5 years, Tyler became a leader and a member of the teams that captured numerous tournament championships, and won 2 OJHL Jr. A League Championships with Jason and Mike. Tyler was taught not only the game from a great mentor, but also life lessons like Time Management, Perseverance, and having a tremendous work ethic. He enjoyed it very much, as did I. There is no question that Tyler was able to get a chance to further his education and play hockey over the next four years at Adrian College NCAA because of Future Pros. Peter Currie