Founder/Creator of Edingers Edge
- ASFA Certified Master Personal Trainer
- Bachelors in Kinesiology with a minor in Coaching
- Played two years of professional hockey in Europe
- 16 years coaching experience (9 years at Bishop Brady High School), currently coaching NH Jr. Monarchs 18u AAA
- NH Select festival coach of 14's in 2008 and evaluator from 2008-2012
- Coach of Empire Jr Hockey Team 2012/2013 (Won league championship and went to National tournament)
- Coach of EJEPL 18u All Stars 2013/2014
- Coach of USPHL 18u All Stars 2013/2014, 2014/2015
- Coach of Empire East All-Stars 2012/2013
- USA hockey level 4 certified coach
- Certified CPR/First aid
Clint Edinger grew up in Pembroke, NH and played his youth hockey next door in the state's capital, Concord. He worked his way to Bishop Brady High School where he played Varsity hockey, baseball, and football. Edinger captained both hockey and baseball his senior year and was awarded "Most Athletic" in the school. After leading the team in scoring both junior and senior year, Edinger was selected to the "Make a Wish" All-Star Game and the All-state team. His passion for hockey had continued to grow, so he moved on to Junior Hockey with the Tyngsboro Huskies (EJHL) where he finished with over 45 points. Coming off this successful season, Edinger attended the USHL pre-draft tryout and had offers to play for the Lincoln Stars, but instead made his way to New England College where he had been heavily recruited.
Clint was named most improved player his sophomore year at NEC as he made the transition from forward to defensemen. His senior season he earned ECAC/NESCAC second-team honors with 24 points-tied for first among league defensemen. Edinger also earned defensive player of the year. Edinger served as a captain both junior and senior seasons, and finished his four years with 60 points from the blue line while earning his Bachelor's in Kinesiology (study of the human body) and Minor in Coaching.
Next came the challenge of professional hockey where Clint played for the Lysekil Vikings (Sweden) and finished with 32 points from the Blue line. The following year in France he played for Besancon Les Sequans and finshed with 19 points on defense. Clint then decided to get into coaching and served as an assistant at Bow High School before taking the head-coaching job at Bishop Brady High School. He was named Division I Coach of the Year his third season behind the bench and he took his team to two straight finals and four semi finals. Currently, Edinger is the head coach of the NH Jr. Monarchs 18u AAA Hockey Team.
Clint has years of hands on experience in strength training and on-ice skill development. He now enjoys passing his knowledge on to today's youth and anyone who wants to reach their personal goals. He truly enjoys developing athletes so they can perform better on the ice, field, court, and everyday life. He has trained athletes at the junior high, high school, junior, college, and pro levels and stresses the importance of skill development, athleticism, strength training and overall conditioning.
311 West River Rd
Hooksett, NH 03106