Shaping Rising Players On and Off the Ice

As a professional hockey player, Chris McCarthy, played 350+ career pro games in the American Hockey League and the East Coast Hockey league. He finished top three in the East Coast hockey League in scoring and was named an All-Star.

Today, he’s helping a new generation of skaters become all-stars in the game that shaped who he is today. McCarthy, along with his partner, Larry Barretta, created Elite 3 Edge, a premier hockey and personal training facility in Malvern, Pennsylvania.

“After twenty plus years of success and knowledge in the game, I am thrilled to work with young players and give them the tools that helped make me successful on and off the ice and beyond. Larry and I believe we can help skaters reach their personal goals through what we have learned over the course of our hockey careers. Above all, we can help them get to where they want to be.” McCarthy says.

With a core focus on developing every players speed, strength and skill, Elite 3 Edge’s mission is to motivate and help players become better in all aspects of the game including mental strength. McCarthy and Barretta stress that skill development never stops, no matter the age. The Elite 3 Edge team is always finding new and innovative ways to invest in its players

From Complete Player Training to Hockey Leagues

In addition to its private training, camps and clinics, Elite 3 Edge plans to host 3 on 3 hockey leagues starting with an adult league this winter followed by a youth league this spring. Most recently, they selected StatMonsters, LLC as their Technology Partner to help them in this effort.

“StatMonsters has already streamlined our league registering process significantly. They’re flexible to work with and are in constant contact with us throughout the process. We’re confident our partnership will allow us to provide a first-class 3 on 3 hockey league experience for our players,” says McCarthy.

Elite 3 Edge Winter 3 on 3 Adult Hockey League begins in just a few weeks. Secure your team’s spot today.