About Us


ABOUT US

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Two Way Hockey has a well-earned reputation for getting results, which has never changed. Programs are physically demanding and require a player’s full attention and best effort at all times. There is no video or dry land training. Everything we teach is done on the ice. We provide a safe environment where players are motivated to step out of their comfort zones to reach the next level of play.

Instructors push each player to give a little bit extra to see what they can achieve when they put their mind to it. Two Way Hockey also aims to develop a player’s individual growth by teaching how to carry themselves as a hockey player, not just on the ice, but off it. This means proper body language, confidence, maturity, coachability, attentiveness, attitude, behaviour and respect.

“We want them to become good people, as well as good hockey players”

Brian Campbell

 

 

 

Brian Campbell, Director

Brian Campbell has been training young hockey players for over 30 years and has a tremendous passion for teaching the game of hockey, which is obvious to anyone who watches him on the ice. He is one of the top professional power skating coaches in BC and has previously taught skating and skills at Burnaby Winter Club, North Shore Winter Club as well as public hockey associations in the lower mainland.

Brian enjoys helping players become the best hockey players they can be and he accomplishes this by getting to know each player by name and what makes them tick to find the best way to motivate them. Brian takes a keen interest in the careers of players who have trained with him and feels rewarded whenever he sees one of his players performing well on the ice.

Brian himself started playing hockey in Edmonton at age 5, moved to Vancouver at age 8, and soon began training with Joe McMeekan, founder of the Two Way program. Brian went on to a successful minor hockey career culminating in being chosen to play in the PCAHA lower mainland Midget “A” All-Star Tournament and playing in the BCJHL Junior “A” league with the Kelowna Buckaroos, Nor-Wes Caps and finally, with the Richmond Sockeyes.

Skills to Compete at the Highest Levels

The game is only getting faster and more competitive. This puts added emphasis on a player’s conditioning, skating ability, speed and puck handling skills.

At Two Way Hockey School, we’d like to give up-and-coming, as well as Elite players, skills needed to compete at the highest level possible.

We look forward to continuing the winning tradition at Two Way Hockey and helping your child become the best player they can be.

Ryan Campbell, Assistant Director

Ryan Campbell started playing hockey at age 4 in Burnaby, BC. He played Burnaby Minor Hockey until Hockey 3, after which he moved to Burnaby Winter Club (BWC)

Ryan played on BWC’s Atom A1 and Peewee  A1 teams, winning a total of four Tier 1 Division Championship Banners and a Provincial Championship.

He played on the Atom Bell Capital Cup Championship team, participated in the prestigious Quebec Peewee International Tournament and represented Canada at the Nations Cup Tournament. Ryan moved to Coquitlam Minor Hockey for his Bantam and Midget years and played his Spring hockey for Vancouver Vipers.

Ryan’s first Head Coach role was at West Van Minor Hockey with their Atom A1 Rep team and guided them to an Atom Championship Banner. Most recently he has been running Power Skating sessions with Richmond Minor Hockey Association.

Ryan’s outstanding speed & skating skills are immediately noticeable. He has been working at Two Way Hockey for the past 10 years, setting a standard for other young players to attain through hard work and commitment to their own development.

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2018

 

Trevor Wong Kelowna Rockets
William Finlay Swift Current Broncos
Jaden Uy Lethbridge Hurricanes
Oliver Gabrielson Kamloops Blazers
Spencer Shugrue Saskatoon Blades

2017

 
Vincent Iorio Shattuck St. Mary’s
Ryan Helliwell University of Notre Dame
Kalen Szeto Saskatoon Blades
Ryan Popowich OHA
Robbie Fromm-Delorme The Governor’s Academy

2016

 
Jason Chu Prince George Spruce Kings
Elan Bar-Leu-Wise Vernon Vipers
Juliano Santa Lucia Olds Grizzlies
Jayden Lee Langley Rivermen

2015

 
Tyler Popowich Vancouver Giants
Tyler Ho Vancouver Giants

2014

 
Michael Rasmussen Tri-City Americans
Scott Walford Victoria Royals

2013

 
Dante Fabbro Boston University
Dante Hannoun Victoria Royals
Jake Kryski Calgary Hitmen
Quinn Benjafield Kamloops Blazers
Matt Barberis Vancouver Giants
Cody Paivarinta Prince Albert Raiders
Luke Gingras Saskatoon Blades
Caleb Fantillo Medicine Hat Tigers
Jeffery Stewart Surrey Eagles
Kelvin Mokharati Trail Smoke Eaters
Owen Seidel Swift Current Broncos
Dennis Cholowski Grand Rapids
Carter Stephenson Vernon Vipers
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