The Vigier Hockey Instructor Team
Hails from Niverville, Manitoba. She started skating at age three and has been playing hockey since she was five years old. Jessica played her minor hockey in Niverville and St. Adolphe and her Bantam/Midget with the Eastman Selects.
She moved to prep hockey in the JWHL with the Balmoral Hall Blazers and graduated from Shaftesbury High School playing in the inaugural Titans Prep Hockey Program where she was named Assistant Captain. Jessica was also selected to Team Manitoba where they went on to win a silver medal at Nationals.
She spent the next four years playing D1 hockey with the University of Connecticut Huskies where she was named captain in her senior year and was one of the top shot blockers in Hockey East for four years running. She spent the last year playing professional hockey in Austria and has just recently returned to Manitoba.
Jessica is passionate about coaching and developing female athletes, and is currently an Assistant Coach with the AA VicsFemale PeeWee team. Off the ice, she works as a Physio assistant and Strength & Conditioning coach
is passionate about helping clients and athletes reach new heights in their goaltending and overall professions. Guy brings years of experience of on-ice and off-ice hockey training that will help athletes wanting to make the next step in their hockey career.
His hockey career as a successful professional goaltender spans over a decade where he played in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, Canada West Universities Athletic Association, East Coast Hockey League, Central Hockey League and Southern Professional Hockey League. Guy has brought his passion, knowledge and understanding of the demands of being an elite athlete to Manager of Epic’s Ice Division. In addition to steadily growing his on-site goaltending training, Guy also works side by side with J.P Vigier and also Shoot to Score’s Jamie Leach.
His passion for teaching and goaltending is endless and he brings a high level of energy and motivation to every single goalie he encounters. As hockey gets more competitive every year on a global level, mental training and preparation have now become essential skills to develop in order to set any athlete apart from the rest of the competition. His goaltending experience combined with his deep understanding of psychological skills required to play the position make him one of the most unique goaltending resource in hockey today.
Hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba and has been involved in hockey since age four. Starting her hockey career at Dakota Community Centre, Natasha rose through the ranks playing with the St. Vital Victorias AA hockey program until she was 17.
In addition to minor hockey, she played four years of high school hockey with the Dakota Lancers, winning a provincial championship in her final season while setting a school record for the most points by a four-year player. Following high school, Natasha was drafted by the Western Predators of the Women’s Junior Hockey League (WJHL). Playing five seasons, Natasha captured one league championship, an MVP title in 2017 and captained her squad in her final two seasons.
Amongst numerous distinctions, Natasha was recognized by Hockey Canada for her strong leadership and dedication to the sport and received the Isobel Gathorne-Hardy award. Through years of active participation, Natasha gives back to the game as a coach and formerly a referee. Away from the rink, Natasha is a full-time student at the University of Winnipeg, studying to finish her Kinesiology Degree.