Todd Liskowich was born and raised in Regina, where he played minor hockey. He has been involved with hockey his whole life, at many levels and in several capacities.
Todd worked with the Regina Pats of the WHL and the University of Regina Cougar Hockey Program in the capacity of trainer and video analyst. During those years, Todd gained exposure, experience and expertise in the technical aspects of the game. Todd's philosophy is to focus on the skill within the drill to allow the player to have the desired practice to game transfer.
Todd got his start in power skating by assisting Cheryl Hembroff with her Proper Power Skating Program in the early 1990's. Over the last 3 years, Todd has had the privilege of mentoring under Liane Davis with her Professional Program based in Regina. Todd has also been the lead instructor for the Arcola East Community Association skating program and the Regina NorthWest Community Association skating program for the last 3 years.
Todd has coached several levels of hockey from Initiation to Midget AAA hockey in Regina, Saskatoon, and at Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Saskatchewan. He prides himself on continual education and his current cerrtification includes: High Performance I, Development I, Body Checking, Hockey Canada Skating and Skills Certification, NCCP A, NCCP B, CanPower Skating Instructor Certification, and Certified Sports Vision Trainer (Dynamic Edge).
Recently, Todd has offered hockey Skills and Drills camps to hockey players in Regina. From 2009 to 2013, Todd worked as a part-time scout for the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL. For 10 years, Todd also served as a police officer in Regina and Saskatoon.
Todd and his wife, Sarah, currently reside in Regina with their three children; Alex (2002), Kate (2004) and Tyler (2006).