May 18-20
Future Stars‘ Development

Registration closed on May 4

Location   Packages:

Symposium only: 10 500 CZK

Price includes tickets to the 2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship games following symposium:

18 May at 16:20 Canada vs. Finland
19 May at 20:20 Switzerland vs. Canada
20 May at 16:20 Great Britain vs. Norway

Registration Form

Please click on the link below or scan the QR code using your mobile devide to access the Online Registration Form.
Amrit Gill is an award winning Producer, Reporter and Host, specializing in coverage impacting diverse communities. She is the first woman to be on Hockey Night in Canada’s Punjabi edition and is also a producer with Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment. Prior to working in sports, she helped lead national and local news teams at Rogers Media covering everything from crime and politics to breaking news and international crises. She is now taking her experience and helping organizations elevate their platforms to connect with global audiences through creative strategies and content, as the co-founder of ‘Tell A Story’.

Laura Brennan is an Assistant Coach with PWHL New York and owner of The Goalie Pad where she trains goalies of all levels. Last hockey season, she participated in the Boston Bruins Scouting Mentorship Program. Previously, she was an assistant GM and coach with the Connecticut Whale in the now defunct NWHL/PHF. An ice hockey goalie, Laura played NCAA at Minnesota State University and Quinnipiac University. She finished her playing career with the CT Whale prior to transitioning to coaching the team.

Liz Keady Norton was named head coach of the Dartmouth women's hockey team in May of 2021. She is the Big Green’s 11th head coach in the program’s 44-year history and is entering her third season with the Big Green.

Yennie Rautenberg-Loya is a purpose-driven leadership coach and executive trainer committed to empower and develop leaders to flourish and leave their unique and positive mark in the world. She enables teams and individuals to build work environments where people are honored, experience a sense of belonging and live great lives.

Erika Holst is a former player and captain for Team Sweden. She was a member of the Sweden women's national ice hockey team for almost two decades. She won a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics, a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics and two bronze medals at Women’s Worlds (2005 and 2007). She has represented Sweden in 327 games, four Olympic Games and nine Women's World Ice Hockey Championships. At the 2002 Winter Olympics, Holst led the Swedish team with five points in five games. This marked the second Olympics in which she was the team leader in scoring. She was part of the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs team that won the first three NCAA women's championships in 2001, 2002 and 2003. 

Lara Stalder recently returned home to Switzerland after playing abroad for 10 years. Growing up she played mostly with boys teams until starting college at 18 years old. Earning a scholarship to the University of Minnesota Duluth, she played 4 years for the UMD Bulldogs. Later she moved to Sweden where she was able to continue combining hockey with her studies and later her part-time work career. She played for Linköping Hockey Club for two years, then for four years for Brynäs IF in the SDHL. Currently she is back to her native Switzerland where she works and plays for EV Zug to develop a new professional standard in Swiss women’s hockey on a regional level and create new perspectives for future generations.

Angela Ruggiero is Co-Founder & Chair of Sports Innovation Lab, a data company that enables brands and sports properties to build more effective sponsorships, improve targeted advertising, and enhance fan experiences. Built on observational, transactional, and deterministic fan data, the Sports Data Cloud is evolving how organizations use data to understand their customers and acquire more of them - starting with sports & entertainment.

Dr David Scott is an associate professor of sport psychology in the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. Canada’s national newspaper, named him as one of the outstanding professors teaching in Canada and he was also called as one of the most popular professors. He has been a consultant with a number of teams and organizations including, the Vancouver Canucks, and many others.
Tim Turk is an NHL shooting and scoring coach, who specializes in hockey shooting, passing and puck preparation and control, while also teaching the technical aspects and strategies of the puck protection. Tim has created his own Hockey Development Company knows as ‘Tim Turk Hockey’ and has also recently developed an online training website.
Patrick Delisle-Houde was appointed as full-time associate coach with the McGill University men's hockey program. He spent four years with the Montreal Canadiens, where he served as the NHL team's strength and conditioning coordinator. He will speak about exercise physiology and kinesiology, about players strength and conditioning development.
Martin Musálek is currently working as associate professor at the Faculty of Physical Education of Sport, Charles University. He focuses on comprehensive development from early childhood to adolescence, specifically in physical fitness, body composition, fundamental movement skills, and physical activity monitoring. In the seminar, he will discuss the topics like how to find the ice hockey talent, somatic capacity and skill parameters in Czech players' categories U13-U15, considering their biological age.

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