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On his offseason regimen: “Actually, I just got back in Boyle’s [gym]. I’m there at 7 a.m. with a group that has Chris Kreider in it, the Rangers forward. It’s good motivation having a guy like that around. It pushes you. Then, from 2-4, I’ll head to Ristuccia and work on my skating with Paul Vincent. I’ve been doing that for the past several years. We do a lot of edge work there, and before I started there, I’d never really done that. I was horrible at it initially, but then you get really strong on your edges and that’s really what you need at the next level. You have to be able to skate, it’s the most important part of hockey. I love Mr. Vincent, I think that I owe a lot to him.”

Brian Pinho, Washington Capitals 2013 NHL draft pick

“He was always a good skater,’’ said John Grzelcyk. “He knows size-wise it’s a long shot for him to play in the NHL, so they’re really trying to take advantage of the school. He’s always been to good hockey schools. He’s been with [renowned skating coach] Paul Vincent since he’s been a kid and he’s never had a bad coach. I just hope he takes advantage of it.’”

John Grzelcyk, regarding his son, Boston University's Matt Grzelcyk

“When it comes to what Vincent brought to the table in Chicago, it’s simple. They do not raise the cup in 2010 without him. Period.”

Andy Campbell, Bleacher Report

“Skating with Paul Vincent is a key component of my summer training. Paul understands the important aspects of my game as an individual. He helps me to constantly fine tune strengths while focusing on my weaknesses to improve my overall skill level and game.”

Lee Stempniak, NHL Player for Calvary Flames