"When Jaxon started training with us, he had height, a great work ethic and desire to learn." Said Cory Goodman, the director of Proto S&C. "He was the weakest in the group and had a lot of biomechanical flaws that needed to be remedied." In time, with a lot of focus, young Bellamy closed the gap with the others in his training group.
"I remember him coming back from a tryout after we'd be training for a couple of months. He had a big grin on his face and said that the coach had noticed how much better he was on the ice. He'd already felt a difference himself, but for the coach to see that too was a big deal." Said Goodman.
Jaxon's drive, desire, and attitude are sure to serve him well as he pursues his hockey dreams.
An eloquent interview with Jaxon can be found here: