Your Instructor - Former NHLer Lance Pitlick 

 A native of Minnesota, Lance Pitlick played High School Hockey for Robbinsdale Cooper and joined the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Hockey Team in 1986, playing in the NCAA Championship game in 1989. Lance was drafted in 1986 by the hometown Minnesota North Stars and went on to play twelve years professionally, eight of which were in the NHL. Five seasons with the Ottawa Senators and three years with the Florida Panthers. He retired from the NHL in 2002. A gritty stay-at-home, physical defenseman known for his tutelage of younger players, Lance turned his efforts toward coaching and skill development following his retirement and has been heavily involved in youth hockey in Minnesota as a USA Hockey Level 5 Master Instructor.  He has 3 primary businesses - -  - Off-Ice Private and Small Group Stick Handling Training  - Stickhandling & Shooting Products (Create Your Own AT-HOME Training Facility) 

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