Mot du Concepteur - David Bastien

Word from the designer - David Bastien

From a young age, I have been a big fan of hockey.

I've always loved creating agility courses to improve my individual skills. Years go by and the world of hockey is changing at breakneck speed. More and more equipment is emerging to improve your throws, passes, skating.

We are in an area where hockey is a very specialized sport and being part of the elite is very difficult. Realizing this, I decided to build my own agility modules to develop puck handling. I then came up with the idea of ​​building my own "stationary goalies" in order to perfect the precision of my throws.

I partnered with Can-Ice, designer and supplier of synthetic ice certified by Hockey Canada. This association has allowed me to offer my clients all the tools possible to achieve their goal, their dream. This is where my longtime friend and now business associate, Patrick Paquet, came up with a revolutionary idea: to create different exterior liners using geometric shapes that represent obstacles on the ice.

The ability to imagine and create liners with different exercises and agility courses representing situations that we can find in real life - no need for cones, modules, tires. PTL now offers you a concept unique in the world, a turnkey service to encourage our young people to go out and practice their sport our national sport with the help of a specialized training program.

I am very proud of our products and hope you will have as much fun practicing on our liners as I had creating them.

  • 6 years professional European players
  • More than 10 years of teaching and training with players between 5 years old and professional
  • Puck handling coach Joel Bouchard hockey academy
  • Skills Coach Armada Blainville-Boisbriand
  • Hockey Canada Certified Skills Coach 
  • Video with over 3.6 million views of a puck handling course:

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