Toronto, Canada, May 3, 2021 – Following a year of pandemic problems causing restrictions in the competitive hockey landscape and limited ice-access, more and more hockey players are turning to off-ice training on the revolutionary Marsblade off-ice chassis. The Swedish invention uses Flow Motion Technology to mimic the movement of ice-skating which has helped over 300 NHLers and thousands of other hockey players of all levels during lock down.

“Marsblade is the best off-ice training aid because of how similar they feel to skating on the ice, but they’re also a lot of fun for when I’m playing street hockey with my buddies”, said Shane Wright.

Slated to be a top NHL Draft pick in 2022, Shane Wright is one of the most exciting prospects in the hockey world and was awarded the Canadian Hockey League’s Rookie of the Year following the 2019-20 season in which he scored 39 goals and 27 assists for a total of 66 points. Shane understands the value of maximizing his off-season training and uses the Marsblade chassis in addition to the work he puts in on the ice and in the gym.

Shane Wright is now joining 20+ hockey superstars as a shareholder in Marsblade and is also becoming a Brand Ambassador for the technology. This announcement coincides with the company securing a seven-million-dollar financing round to support its rapid growth. Marsblades’ dedication to innovation makes them an authentic fit for Shane Wright who prides himself on constantly striving to improve his game.

“We are extremely proud to have yet another world-class player on board on our journey to change the way hockey is played. We couldn’t ask for a better ambassador and promise we will do everything we can to help Shane becoming the best player in the world”, says inventor Per Mårs.

For more information visit;

www.marsblade.com

www.flowmotiontechnology.com