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Extreme Passer Pro – Full Review

December 21, 2013
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Want to work on your dangles, shooting and passing? The Extreme Passer Pro could be the perfect training aid for you! With this new rebounder from HockeyShot.com you can work on a number of different skills off-ice or on the ice What is the Extreme Passer Pro? Unlike the new Extreme Passing Kit – which […]

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Understanding Your Edges: 6 Edge Work drills to Improve Balance and Control

December 19, 2013
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In order to be a great skater you need good balance. New hockey players are usually off balance, bow-legged, stutter stepping and some look like they just finished riding a horse for 6 hours. Why do new hockey players look so out of place on the ice? Because they don’t have good edge control. Learning […]

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Using your Edges in Dekes – NHL Examples

December 18, 2013
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When you you get a chance to go one on one with a goalie you want to make sure you use all the tools in your tool box in order to be more deceptive. It seems many hockey players forget about their skating and edge-work when they try to beat the goalie. Sure it’s important […]

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Patrick Kane is in my Room (and could be in your’s too!)

December 16, 2013
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Are you a diehard hockey fan? Perhaps you are a diehard hockey player and want a little inspiration, or to feel closer to the pro’s. If this sounds like you then you may be interested in a very cool product from “FatHead” at HockeyShot.com. Full Review of the Patrick Kane FatHead Decal Browse the Selection […]

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Your Guide to buying Hockey Equipment Online

December 10, 2013
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Since Christmas is only a few weeks away I thought it would be fitting to write an article on how to get good deals on hockey equipment. From my own experience and the feedback from many hockey players throughout USA and Canada I have compiled a list of good places to buy hockey equipment online. […]

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Prepare for Hockey Games with the G24 app (or website)

December 7, 2013
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I commonly get asked about the best way to prepare for hockey games. There is a lot to cover with pre-game preparation and as each player is unique there is no “perfect” method, however there are many best practices and tips that will help everyone. When it comes to preparing for hockey the biggest areas […]

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The Secret to Balance, Speed, and Power

December 6, 2013
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Do you keep falling over, do you get off balance, are you easily knocked off the puck? You should be more like Sidney Crosby, his personal trainer explains he’s so hard to knock off the puck because he stays low This is the second article in our how to skate series and it covers a […]

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How to Build a Backyard Hockey Rink

November 27, 2013

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. Brackets and boards can be […]

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Proformance Hockey Wax Review

November 17, 2013
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Taping your hockey stick is a regular job for every hockey player. For most players taping the stick is somewhat of a ritual, they do it so many times that they develop different techniques, habits and beliefs of the way they like their tape job. There are many ways to tape a hockey stick, and […]

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Proper Hockey Stance: The Importance of Knee Bend

November 17, 2013
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This is our first video in a series of skating videos. In the series we will be teaching the fundamentals of skating. Our goal is to help new hockey players understand the basics of skating for hockey, and help experienced players tweak their technique for maximum effectiveness. In this video and article we are covering […]

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