Attention Hockey Players: Kinetic Ice Rink Opens in Avon July 12

T3 Performance Offers “Better Training, Better Athletes”

Puck University_RGBPuck University debuts its Kinetic Ice hockey training rink this Sunday, July 12, 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the T3 Performance facility located at 1200 Chester Industrial Parkway in Avon.

All are invited to bring your skates, try the ice, test the products, talk to coaches,  and schedule some ice time.

The rink is available for private training, team rentals, learn to skate, event rentals, small tournaments and more.

Mike Wallace from Puck University and Mike D’Andrea from T3 agree with Iain Duncan, a 12-year NHL veteran: “If you have never skated on synthetic ice and especially if you have…. trying Kinetic Ice is must.”

Coach Ryan Richmond, Cole Duncan, 8, and Coach Iain Duncan drill on the synthetic ice rink within the T3 Performance facility on Chester Industrial Pkwy. in Avon.

Coach Ryan Richmond, Cole Wallace, 8, and Coach Iain Duncan drill on the synthetic ice rink within the T3 Performance facility on Chester Industrial Pkwy. in Avon.

Kinetic Ice is ultra-high density synthetic ice that skates like real ice.

“If it can be done on traditional ice, it can be done on Kinetic Ice, and without the high costs of refrigerated ice”, says Wallace.

“You can do everything on synthetic ice that you can do on real ice,” says Duncan, a former All-Pro with the Winnipeg Jets and member of Bowling Green’s 1984 national championship team. “This is the best product I have ever seen and I have been in the synthetic ice business for 17 years.”

Puck University has 3 main goals…

Projected first round NHL draft choice Tim Gettinger trains on a synthetic ice slide board at T3 Performance in Avon. Gettinger is a North Olmsted native who has starred for the Cleveland Barons and the Soo Greyhouncs of Sault St. Marie, Canada.

Projected first round NHL draft choice Tim Gettinger trains on a synthetic ice slide board at T3 Performance in Avon. Gettinger is a North Olmsted native who has starred for the Cleveland Barons and the Soo Greyhounds of Sault St. Marie, Canada.

Address lack of access to affordable ice time.  Kinetic Ice training centers and customized home/community rinks offer year-round cost-effective ice time.

– Improve the quality of coaching.  Puck University coaching staff, lead by Winnipeg Jets star Iain Duncan, provides multi-level and age, state-of- the-art training and products.

– Use of state-of-the-art Sport Testing equipment.  As with academics, Puck University testing identifies strengths and weaknesses so players and coaches can adjust training using unbiased data, not guesswork.

T3 owner Mike D’Andrea reports the synthetic ice rink installation came in response to need.“We wanted to provide the hockey kids in the area a place to train that isn’t an hour away from home,” he said.

More about Puck University

All parents want their children to have the best opportunities to develop their mental and physical abilities; to be the best they can be. Puck University provides a wide range of age-appropriate ice hockey training programs and products for implementing the USA Hockey American Development Model.

Brothers Evan and Cole Duncan on the synthetic ice.

Brothers Evan and Cole Wallace on the synthetic ice.

Puck University professional coaching team is lead by Iain Duncan; offering over 12 years professional playing experience and 30 years coaching experience.  Iain was part of the 1984 BGSU Division I National Championship team, 1988 NHL All-Rookie Team, 2000 BGSU Century Team.   In addition to Puck University responsibilities, Iain is also a level 4 coach for USA Hockey coaching at the pro, junior, and youth level.

At Puck University students are given constant opportunities to improve and to grow, reaping the benefits of being a student-athlete, a life-long learner, a person of character, and a health-oriented individual.

For more details visit:

Website: www.puckuniversity.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Puck-University/1583830295231481

For Puck University information, call 216-323-5197  or email: Mike@puckuniversity.com

For T3 Performance information contact Mike D’Andrea at 614-657-3960 or email: mike@t3-p.com Website: www.T3-P.com

For American kids to be tomorrow’s hockey all-stars, they need better access to ice, better coaching, and better testing. Iain Duncan NHL Winnipeg Jets

Puck University™ Transforming today’s youth into tomorrow’s all-stars!

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T3 Performance “Better Training, Better Athletes”

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