I just got back from the Lets Play Hockey Expo in Minnesota with a bunch of cool new products I just had to share. The expo in Minnesota is the largest hockey show in the world and businesses from across USA and Canada set up their booths to showcase their best products. Every year there are new ...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.
Speed is important in hockey, but too often players see speed as only going straight down the ice. In hockey you have to be fast in many areas. We need speed in acceleration, crossovers, lateral speed, stopping, turning and transitions. As you can see, there are many areas of your game that you can ...READ MORE +
A few days ago Bud Holloway performed one of the most amazing saves that you may ever see. The only thing is... he's not a goalie. Holloway is a forward for the St Johns Ice Caps of the AHL. What's so amazing about his save? It was a completely, out-of-nowhere mid air, fully stretched STICK save. ...READ MORE +
I've done a lot of videos and articles on improving your shot, but once you get a decent shot the next problem is HITTING THE NET. I typed that in caps because you have to read that part in a coaches voice "HIT THE NET". While I've done a video on accuracy before, this one is a little different. ...READ MORE +
Seeing something in slow motion is a great way to grasp concepts. I love just watching techniques in slow motion so I can notice minor details. Unfortunately there isn't a lot of good slow motion footage available, so when I had the chance to record my own I jumped on it. In this video I break down ...READ MORE +
As a coach and player I see this scenario all too often. A player gets a clean break, one on one with the goalie. They look down at their stick and shoot, or completely freeze up and then get too close to the goalie to do anything and jam the puck right into his pads or chest. Don't let this happen ...READ MORE +