About Us

Scott - Maine Black Bears

Parmy's is an Off-Ice hockey specific training facility located at 145 Bodwell Street in Avon, Massachusetts, roughly a mile from the Canton Sportsplex. Its clientele ranges from the NHL to Youth hockey. Parmy's is owned and operated by Scott Parmentier (Parmy), a former standout player for the University of Maine from 1994-1998. Parmy's offers an eclectic style of training that merges the North American principles of strength and conditioning with the world renowned Russian and European training methodologies of developing players off the ice.

At Parmy's, programs are developed with the ultimate goal of having the player feel the difference on the ice. Whether it is more power and explosion in their stride, more strength along the boards and in the corners, or more velocity and speed on their shot, we believe that it is these increases that keep our players coming back. We take pride in offering hockey specific training programs where players can see the direct relationship between what they are doing in the gym, and how it can impact their game on the ice.

WaterLoo Blackhawks

Scott is a certified trainer through the National Council on Strength and Fitness, as well as the Head Eastern Scout for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey Leaugue. At the University of Maine Scott was recognized for his goal scoring ability, amassing 60 in his collegiate career, and for being a dynamic and extremely explosive skater. Scott ended his career early due to chronic injuries in his hands.

"Scott was a very explosive skater. He worked endlessly off the ice to develop the speed and quickness that made him one of the fastest skaters in college hockey."

Grant Standbrook
Assistant Coach, University of Maine
Assistant Coach, 1976 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team

Scott's Playing History

Scott skated on the 1994-95 University of Maine team that was the NCAA National Championship runner-up. Scott played on the first line as a freshman (33 pts) on that team and also led Maine in goal scoring his junior year, netting 20 in 30 games.

Scott believes that his ability to be recruited by Maine, and to achieve the level of success he had there, was a direct result of his commitment to his off-ice training regimen. Scott's career was cut short due to chronic injuries in both of his hands, but he welcomes the opportunity to share his knowledge with developing players.

Scott's Career Highlights

  • 1991-1992 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
    • Rookie of the Year
  • 1992-1993 North Iowa Huskies (USHL)
    • USHL All Star
  • 1993-1994 Omaha Lancers (USHL)
    • Clarke Cup Championship team
    • Leading goal scorer in playoffs
  • 1994-1998 University of Maine (Hockey East)
    • 33 points as a freshman (1994-1995)
    • 2 time Hockey East Rookie of the Week (1994-1995)
    • Led team in Goals - 20 in 30 games (1996-1997)
    • All Tournament Team - JC Penny Classic (1996-1997)
    • All Tournament Team - Governor's Cup (1996-1997)

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