When looking for drills, people often look to the pro's. What is Crosby doing? What is Patrick Kane doing? But they ALREADY made it. Sure we might be able to get some tips or exciting drills, but the better question is, what did they do to make it to that level. In the two videos below I share ...READ MORE +
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When you start playing hockey, almost anything you can do that is related to skating can improve your skills on the ice. A big issue for any hockey player is that ice time is either expensive, or hard to get, or both. So how can we improve skating, without actually skating? In this article I've ...READ MORE +
With Father's Day coming I wanted to share this video that some of you may have seen during the Stanley Cup Finals. The video features Wayne Gretzky's voice and a lot of great father-son video clips. Part of why I love what I do is when I hear about a dad who uses my videos and articles to help ...READ MORE +
The worst part about the summer is the lack of chances to play hockey, especially for those of us who live in rural areas and the rinks take the ice out for the Spring and Summer. Luckily we have beaches, and parks, and camping, but there aren't any hockey rinks there! Thanks to the Hockey Sauce ...
Robby Glantz is one of the most respected skating instructors in hockey today. He's been teaching for over 20 years, has released numerous instructional videos, and works with a number of pro players and teams. He currently has a segment running on the NHL network called Stride for Stride where he ...READ MORE +
Two hockey skills that are easy to practice over the summer are stickhandling and shooting. All you need is a smooth surface and a net, and you're good to go! The only issue with off-ice stickhandling is the lack of movement. On the ice we're constantly skating, gliding, turning and moving. The ...READ MORE +