After building your backyard rink it's time to install the liner. You don't want to rush this process though as having your liner in too early can cause some problems (debris build up, and tears that cause leaks) When to install your liner and how to fill it When the weather will be ...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.
Last year I started a series on stickhandling drills. This is the first skill that I recommend any hockey player learns when it comes to stickhandling. It's a simple movement, but is quite difficult for new players to perform quickly. Learning to do this at a decent speed will teach many things. ...READ MORE +
If you're looking to start playing hockey you will need to get proper fitting hockey equipment. This can be a confusing process if you've never played before. We recommend going to a good local hockey shop with knowledgeable staff to answer your questions and help you find the right fit, but that ...READ MORE +
By Tyler Hinds, ProSmart Hockey (@THinds3) We are well into our season now, practices have become routine, maybe even monotonous, and the players are looking a little complacent. It’s time to spice things up a bit so that we can continue to challenge our players to keep developing their skills. ...READ MORE +
As a men's league hockey player I know the pain of breaking a hockey stick. I'm a frugal guy, so every time I was in a sports store I would look for big discounts on hockey sticks so I could have some backups when needed. My frugality led me to focusing on how to get the most life out of each ...READ MORE +
For the longest time, hockey sticks were made for adults, then cut and given to kids. Eventually the hockey stick companies caught on that kids and adults are not the same and basically made smaller hockey sticks for kids. Unfortunately some important aspects of the stick design were overlooked and ...READ MORE +