Welcome to Official Site of Jarret Reid

About Me

Jarret Reid played for teams in North America and Europe during the course of his 15-year career in professional hockey.
He has since hung up his player’s jersey, but is still very much in the game as a hockey instructor and coach at Wave Sports Centre in Burlington, Ontario.

Jarret’s hockey career began in the 1990s. He was a first round draft pick for the Ontario Hockey League’s (OHL) Sault Greyhounds in Sault Ste. Marie. Jarret led the Greyhounds to three Memorial Cup appearance and won the cup while playing against the Peterborough Petes in 1993.



Jarret Reid - Being a Power Skating hockey coach

The world of coaching, especially minor league coaching and coaching a sport as nationally competitive as hockey, is not an easy one. After all, it seems like the level of competition, not to mention violence, in minor league hockey

Jarret Reid, former hockey player, talks about 1993 Memorial Cup win

In Canada, not many sports are more rarefied and more ingrained in the country’s culture than hockey. Although the exact origins of the game are contested, hockey, first known as shinnie, is a sport that was first played

Jarret Reid’s Power Skating Means Comfort on Ice First and Foremost

Like other sports, in order to become good in hockey, as in really good, enough to become a professional hockey player, talent, knowledge, experience, and many, many years of training are all required.

Contact Me

Twitter Feeds