Jordan Trach is a power skating instructor from Martensville, SK. Jordan played his minor hockey in both Kamsack and Martensville. At age 14 Jordan moved to North Battleford and played AAA Midget as an under-aged player. Jordan enjoyed success through his youth hockey and was selected 8th overall in the 2004 WHL Bantam Draft by the Prince Albert Raiders.
He joined the Raiders as a 16 year old and played for 3 seasons in the WHL before having to retire from competitive hockey in 2009 from concussion issues. Soon after retiring Jordan decided he wanted to stay involved in the hockey world and give back to future generations of hockey players. Jordan got involved as a skating instructor mentoring under NHL power skating coach Barry Karn (Minnesota Wild & Calgary Flames).
Jordan has taken what he has learned and uses it today with players of all ages throughout Minor Hockey. He has had the opportunity to work with NHL players Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Jared Cowan, Brayden McNabb and Rickard Rakall on a regular basis. Jordan has experience coaching minor hockey and has his development 1 coaching certificate, along with his Speak Out certificate. Jordan spends his life around hockey and prides himself on being a student of the game, studying and observing the game to ensure he is up to date with all things skating related. Jordan also uses his knowledge and experience gained from having played in the WHL and incorporates these into his own unique skating brand.