ABOUT ELEV802 BOSTON
Train where the best train.
Game Situational Skills
There are thousands of clinics across the world. Here is why you should choose Elev802 Boston:
Increase Speed and Acceleration
Learn when to accelerate and decelerate
Speed with reaction
Getting to Top Speed with Fewer Steps
Skating Full Speed with Puck, Making Moves at Full Speed
Agility, Foot Speed and Lateral Drills
Proper Body Postion
Controlling the Puck
Deking and Faking
Making Moves at Full Speed
How to Give a Pass
How to Receive a Pass
Shooting and Scoring
Good Angle, Bad Angle, Scoring Zones and Opportunities
Receive and Shoot
How to Find a Shooting Lane
Shoot for Rebounds
About Our Staff
Jon started High End Hockey in 2010 with a small skills group and one summer tournament team. Every year since then, High End Hockey grew and has worked with over 500 players through skills, 3-on-3 leagues, and tournament teams. Jon works with players of all levels: NHL, AHL, ECHL, SPHL, SM-Liga, SEL, DEL, NCAA D1/D3, Junior A, Midget, Prep School, and even Learn to Play. Jon has also been a skills instructor for five (5) years with the NHL's Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues at their yearly Prospects Camp.
In April 2021, High End Hockey officially merged with Elev802 out of Burlington, VT to become Elev802 Boston.
Jon has run skills clinics for over ten (10) years and has become well-known in the hockey community for the fast-paced, high-tempo programs he develops. His teaching is second to none as he is able to quickly identify players’ deficiencies and work with each player to correct them. Having spent four years as a family advisor, Jon has helped players earn spots at prep schools, junior teams, and NCAA Hockey programs. Under his guidance, players have gone on to play at every level in North America.
As a player, Jon had a successful career that included four (4) years playing professionally. He spent time in the Central Hockey League, Southern Pro Hockey League, and the All American Hockey League.
As a coach Jon spent two years as the Director of Hockey Operations at South Kent Selects Academy, where he also served as a head coach. In 2018-19, his program won the USA Hockey Tier 1 18U National Championship. Prior to joining SKSA, he spent nine (9) years as a coach with the Neponset Valley River Rats 18U team. During his time with the River Rats his teams won a USA Hockey Tier 1 18U National Championship (2012-13) and a Massachusetts State Championship. He is the youngest head coach in USA Hockey history to coach a National Championship team.