Feature Friday is something I like to do where I bring you some of the coolest hockey content on the internet that I've found. This week, I'm bringing you a video by my friend Adam Nicholas. He trains hockey players all the way from minor levels, to pro levels. ...READ MORE +
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This week's video is coming at you from the Toronto Maple Leafs practice facility, featuring the Buffalo Regals. I caught them warming up their hands before their game, and asked them if I could borrow them to help with a video concept I was working on. If you want a better feel for the puck on ...READ MORE +
On top of baking your skate, molding your skate, and doing everything you can to make your skate comfortable, skate blade profiling can greatly help your skating ability. There's lots of options out there, enough to make your head spin. You can have a forward lean, reverse lean, centered lean, what ...READ MORE +
Is there anything better than opening a brand new pair of skates? All you want to do is toss them on, and fly around your local rink. In reality, there's a few steps you should really take before you throw your feet in those things and go to town. In this video, we're going to show you step one of ...READ MORE +
I stayed up late to find all the Black Friday hockey deals for 2017. I've included the best ones below, enjoy! Some of these are affiliate links, which means absolutely nothing changes for you, but if you happen to buy something I'll get a commission :) Hockey Monkey - coupon code BF30 for 30% ...READ MORE +
In the last video in this series, we looked at how baking your skate can improve the comfort, and really make your skate feel like "second skin". If that hasn't completely worked for you, because your skates are on the lower end and don't have mold-able material, or something went wrong in the ...READ MORE +