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is the Goaltending Coach for the Boston University Men’s Hockey Team and the Founder of Stop It Goaltending. A former Goaltending Coach of the Boston Bruins and scout for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Brian always felt there was more to offer aspiring athletes than traditional training. His book “
How To Be A Goalie Parent
” has sold over 40,000 copies worldwide and he holds a Masters Degree in Sports Science. Brian is also an advisor for Sense Arena, a leading virtual reality app for goaltenders.
is the Managing Director at the Greatness Lab. Originally from Surrey, British Columbia, Brett came to New England in 2003 on a hockey scholarship to the University of New Hampshire. Drafted 225th overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by the Colorado Avalanche, he played 5 years professionally in the minors throughout the US and the UK. Brett is now the Assistant Coach for the Reading High School Varsity team while coaching the U18 Northern Cyclones during the summer.
is a visionary who’s quest is to unlock the key to personal greatness. His vast interests in neuroscience and the optimization process has led to development of the Personal Greatness Index App and the Clutch Index App. His research has resulted in the implementation of the iHATS
training program, designed to target regions of our brain networks responsible for the flight or fight response and enhance one’s ability to read the scenario correctly, react quickly, and execute properly. Steven is also the Managing Director of Leigh and Mae Venture Consulting focusing on education and life science sectors.
is a Mental Performance Consultant and the Chief Wellness Officer at Veritas who works with student athletes and other performers to enhance mental skills, increase resiliency, and help in achieving one’s personal greatness. Bret received his Master’s Degree from Boston University in Counseling with a specialization in Sport Psychology. He has been crucial in developing the Personal Greatness Index App and the Clutch Index App as well as establishing the training protocols for the Glab. Bret also worked hand in hand with Steven Lam in developing the iHATS
training program here at the G-Lab.
Dr. Greg Appelbaum
of Duke University
Dr. Greg Appelbaum is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Duke University School of Medicine.
Professor Susan Putnam
of Canisius College
Dr. Susan Putnam has been noted for achievements, leadership qualities, and the credentials and successes she has accrued at Canisius College.
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