Anthony Perdicaro grew up playing minor hockey in South Florida until the age of 10. When his family decided to move to NY, he began playing for the NY Bobcats and LI Gulls. At the age of 15, Anthony was drafted to the OHL (Ontario Hockey League) to the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, where he spent part of 3 seasons. He then moved to British Columbia, Canada to play for the Pentincton Vees in the BCHL, where he and his team went on to win the BCHL Championship. At 20 years old after attending NHL training camp for the NY Islanders, Anthony decided to pursue his professional career. He went on to a prosperous 7 year career in the CHL and ECHL.
After retiring, Anthony moved back to Florida with his wife and son and began working for the NHL Florida Panthers, working with players within the organization on their skills and rehabilitating injured players. Anthony is the founder of AP Hockey Development and works with many NHL, Olympic, NCAA, Major Junior, and youth players from all over North America and Europe.