We haven't talked much about passing here on How To Hockey in the past, so I thought a mini series on passing would be a good topic to cover. In the videos below I cover how to give a pass, and how to get a pass. I pass on some simple tips that will make you much more consistent on the ice. Tips ...READ MORE +
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I had the chance to be on the ice with a couple NHL players this summer. I took the chance to record a lot of videos which I am slowly editing and will be releasing soon. A lot of the videos will be on TurksSnipers.com first, as I'm helping NHL shooting coach Tim Turk create an online shooting ...READ MORE +
I'm a firm believer in having targets in the net when you're practicing your shot. It doesn't make sense to just shoot at an open net, if you're working on your power you might as well have some targets in the net as well and improve your accuracy at the same time. It's been proven in studies ...READ MORE +
Even though I've done a video on this before, I still get requests to explain it. I have a detailed video here on the ice, but I thought it would be fun to update the video and add some more possibilities. In the video below I show 5 ways to pick the puck up from the ice. There are even more ...READ MORE +
I work with a lot of hockey players and I'm always trying to figure out common errors in their shots so they can progress as quickly as possible. A common trend I notice with players is their tendency to try to shoot the puck. This can happen with the slapshot, wristshot and snapshot. This video ...READ MORE +
Improving your stickhandling is something every hockey player can do at home. It only takes about 20 minutes of focused practice each day to make notable improvements. If you start now, and stick with it, you will vastly improve by time the next season starts. The only problem is that good ...Watch video