Jack Skille

Elite player development

Professional hockey instruction in a traditional environment


Being passionate about the sport of hockey.


To be a better player on and off the ice. 

About Coach Jack Skille

Jack Skille is an American professional ice hockey player that is currently playing for Genève Servette in the Swiss-A league. He has previously played in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks, Florida Panthers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Colorado Avalanche, and the Vancouver Canucks. He also played the 2017-18 season in the KHL for Dinamo Minsk HC.

In 2005 Jack won the Gold Medal with the US NTDP U-18 World Championship team. After his senior year, Jack was selected 7th over-all by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. During his freshman year of college, Jack was part of the 2006 University of Wisconsin Mens National Championship team. In 2010 Jack was an injured reserve player for the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship team and received a ring from the organization. 

Jack has competed in 643 professional games, not including playoffs, in his 12 seasons of professional hockey.

The Jack Skille Show

What does it take to be the best? We look to answer that question by mining their own experiences and talking to top players, coaches, and trainers. Along the way we draw a picture of the process from all angles.

Season 1 focuses on development and what differentiates those that make it to the top from those that don’t.

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