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About JP

On ice coach and consultant

In 2000 JP was signed by the Atlanta Thrashers. His first professional year was spent in the IHL with the Orlando Solar Bears where he helped them win the Turner Cup.

In 2001, JP won a Calder Cup with the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League. In 2003, JP finally made the jump to the NHL where he played over 200 games with the Atlanta Thrashers. In 2007, JP signed in Europe to play five years in the Swiss NLA. There he won one championship with the Bern Bears where he served as co-captain.  During his time in Switzerland, JP had the honor of wearing a team Canada Jersey on five different occasions playing in the oldest professional hockey tournament, the Spengler Cup. In 2007 JP and his
teammates won gold at this tournament. 



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What Clients Say...

Hello JP,
Hope you're doing well. I thought I'd let you know that our son, Atreyu ("A Man") made AA Twins this year as a 2008. This is due in no small part to the time and effort that you and your coaches put into him over the years, and I wanted to thank you for your dedication, patience and positive reinforcement. He is a better player and a better person because of your programs.
All the best to you and your family over the holidays.
Andrew Robson
I had the pleasure to work with JP Vigier for several years in Switzerland. JP was a smart, hard-working player - a team first, leader on a championship team. JP knows what it takes to win and he knows how to communicate it.” Dr. Saul L. Miller, sport psychologist and author of Hockey Tough: A Winning Mental Game
Dr Saul Miller
Performance Consultant/Psychologist
My kids have been skating with JP for years. They really enjoy the time they spend on the ice with him and so do I. I've always appreciated that JP is equally interested in keeping the kids active and having them execute the drills and learn the skills properly. JP is demanding, but fun to be on the ice with.
Scott Stewart