Glenn Carnegie enters his sixth season as Vancouver Canucks Skill Coach. His responsibilities include working on-ice with players and prospects at the NHL and minor league level to continue to develop fundamental hockey skills. Carnegie assists in the conditioning, recovery and nutrition of all players within the organization.
Prior to joining the Canucks, Carnegie worked as Strength and Conditioning Coach with the Manitoba Moose (formerly of the American Hockey League), where he was responsible for hockey specific training, off-season conditioning and on-ice sessions with injured players.
Carnegie grew up playing hockey in the AA, AAA and junior system in Manitoba and played professionally in Germany. He received his degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Manitoba and is Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He also volunteers and sits on the board of the Believe in the Goal foundation, which raises money for cancer research.