FAQ

What is Power Shot Hockey Academy?

Power Shot Hockey Academy is an 8,500-sq.-ft. hockey training facility run by Mike Donnelly and Craig Channell, two former professional hockey players with a combined total of over 40 years experience with the NHL. The facility includes a 5,000-sq.-ft Power Shot Shooting System training area, 2,500-sq.-ft. hockey-specific gym, and 1,000-sq.-ft. puck shooting area. PSHA provides unique on-ice and off-ice training programs for teams and individual players.

Where are you located?

Power Shot Hockey Academy
12852 Wayne Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150
(734) 838-0600

Who are your training programs for?

Former professional hockey players Mike Donnelly and Craig Channell have created customized off-ice training programs for hockey players of all levels, from the youngest mini-mites in house and travel leagues, to the more experienced AAA, OHL, and NHL players.

What types of training do you offer?

PSHA offers technically challenging, age-appropriate off-ice programs designed to maximize each player’s skill development. In a motivating and positive environment, PSHA instructors teach players proper technique, and to compete at the highest level through programs such as:

  • Power Shot Shooting System
  • Core Strength & Conditioning Program
  • Private Team Training Sessions
  • Private or Semi-private Lessons

What is the Power Shot Shooting System?

The Power Shot Shooting System is a unique form of shooting & stickhandling training with no equal anywhere in the state. Mike Donnelly developed PSHA’s exclusive Power Shot Shooting System while playing hockey for Michigan State University. The system helped Mike become one of MSU’s star players, and then go on to a successful career in the NHL. PSHA offers a variety of Power Shot Shooting System training options for teams and individuals.

I missed one of my sessions. Can I make it up?

Yes! If you miss one of your regular sessions, you are free to make up the missed session on any of the other days we offer. We only ask that the missed session be made up within the same month.

Is my child too young?

PSHA trains players from mini-mites (ages 6) through the professional level.

What is Drop-In Shooting?

If players are interested in additional shooting practice, they are welcome to attend any of PSHA’s Drop-in Shooting Sessions. There is very limited instruction during these sessions. Players work independently using the Power Shot Shooting System. Drop-in Shooting is handled on a “first come first served” basis, up to a maximum of 25 players. The cost is $20 per person.

How do I regsiter?

Please visit the registration page to view and sign up for available clinics.