When I shot this video, I thought it would be a cute video, hockey players would love it, hockey parents would smile... I didn't expect this! Within a day of uploading the Twitter video had over 1 million views, my inbox was full and the Youtube video was over 100 000k views. Today we're at ...READ MORE +
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Do you want to become a better hockey player? You are in the right place. I want to help you improve Hockey tips are sorted in the navigation bar above (Stickhandling, shooting, skating, etc) You can also browse and subscribe to our Hockey Training channel on Youtube.
See the updated 2018 best gifts for hockey players list here *This post contains affiliate links and many of these companies advertise on this site. As a voice in the hockey community I work to partner with the best hockey companies, and showcase their best products to you. I have only shared ...READ MORE +
The Quick Explanation of building a rink The best way to build a backyard rink that will give you the most skating time, and require the least amount of maintenance is to basically build a temporary above ground pool. The basic components you need are brackets, boards, and a liner. ...READ MORE +
Everyone loves scoring goals, but in order to do that, you need to have the puck on your stick. A lot of younger players have a tough time receiving a pass unless it's perfectly placed on their tape, and we know that not a lot of younger players can make that pass. Today, I'm going to show you a ...READ MORE +
In shooting you need to practice power, accuracy, quick release, changing the angle, and a deceptive release. You won't always have a clear shot at the net, there's almost always a defencemen in your way, and a forward back checking. When most players practice their shot, they just practice ...READ MORE +
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 +