Cole and Brett Gammer are brothers from Edmonton Alberta who live and breathe hockey. What once was an on ice brotherly rivalry, is now a dynamic duo. The brothers have developed an extremely effective on-ice and off-ice program that is guaranteed to get you to the next level.
I am a 23 year old playing for the Liberty University Flames at the collegiate level. At this University I am able to pursue Hockey, my education, and my Christian faith. I am very proud to call myself a Christian, and my faith is something that impacts my relationships, academics, and athletics. Hockey and training have been my life for the past 15 years and although I am still training myself, I want to share what I have learned with others and help them move up the levels of hockey. I have two amazing parents who have supported me through everything and a beautiful wife who I met at Liberty University. My brother and I are so excited to work with you and help you achieve your hockey goals!
Cole’s Hockey History
- Alberta cup team north
- WHL Draft 197th overall Tri City Americans
- Sherwood Park Crusaders AJHL (2014-16)
- Team Canada West 2015 at the WJAC
- Sherwood Park Crusaders Rookie of the year (2015)
- Corpus Christi Icerays NAHL (2016-17)
- Liberty University ESCHL (present)
- Liberty University ESCHL Rookie of the Year (2017-18)
My name is Brett Gammer and I am 20 years old, currently playing hockey for the Liberty University Flames. Born and raised in Edmonton, I played my Bantam and Midget hockey for the Canadian Athletic Club besides one year of Bantam AAA with the Maple Leafs. My current hockey goal is to achieve a scholarship through my athletic and academic ability to hopefully get my schooling paid for and advance further as a hockey player. I recently graduated from St. Francis Xavier High School and also attend West Edmonton Christian Assembly Church with my family when I’m home for breaks in the season or during the off season. My faith in God is something that guides the way I live my life, weather I am on the ice or away from the rink, with family or with friends. I am very fortunate to be raised by great parents and role models (Scott and Terri), while also having my older brother Cole to look up to. A lot of the skill that I have developed on the ice comes from Cole as we always had a rink in our backyard growing up playing against each-other. Teaching younger kids how to play play hockey, and how to act on and off the ice is something I am very passionate about. I can’t wait to get things started with Purpose Hockey in 2020.