My name is Jeff Serowik. I have loved, played, studied and coached hockey my entire life. I was drafted while playing for a New England Prep School by the Toronto Maple Leafs. I received a D1 scholarship to HOCKEY EAST’s Providence College where I played for four years and earned a bachelor of science in Finance. I then went on to play ten years of professional hockey.
My career was cut short in 2000 when I suffered a career ending concussion with The Pittsburgh Penguins. This was a huge blow in many senses of the word as I bounced around mostly in the minors while logging few games with Toronto, Chicago, Florida and the Bruins before making the team in Pitt. I was awarded The Eddie Shore Award while playing for the Providence Bruins and still hold the record there for the most goals from a defense-man. While this was all going on, during my off seasons beginning the summer after graduating from college and preparing for my first NHL camp with Toronto, I founded Pro Ambitions Hockey, Inc. A close friend and NHL super star agreed to come skate with the kids at the inception camp, Jeremy Roenick. I will never forget the kids faces when he stepped onto the ice. I am ever so grateful for his friendship and generosity to both me and youth players.