Hockey Drills for Atom Level Here is a great set of hockey drills for atom coaches and players. These drills focus on skating, shooting, checking, evasive maneuvers, team tactics, crossovers, stickhandling, passing and net drives. These drills were produced by the OMHA and are re-published with ...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.
Backhand Shot Tips This article shows you how to take a backhand when you are close to the net, I also recommend my article and video on how to take a backhand shot, where I show the most powerful method that should be used when further from the net. Not being able to put your backhand shot in ...READ MORE +
How to Stickhandle Stickhandling is very important in hockey, many young players may think they know how to stickhandle, but you may be surprised what you are doing wrong! I used to think I was pretty good with the puck, I could get around players, I could deke and I could score goals. I lived ...READ MORE +
Hockey Drills for Novice / Squirt players These drills are great for any coach who is coaching novice hockey players. These drills focus on team tactics, individual tactics and technical tactics as outlined in the Skills Guide. The drills also focus on passing, skating, agility, and stopping. ...READ MORE +
How to Take a Slapshot Slap shots are very easy to learn yet hard to master. A lot of people feel that blasting a puck as hard as humanly possible qualifies as a great shot. Slap shots are just as much about accuracy as they are about power. In this article we have two videos, this first ...READ MORE +
How to Take a Backhand Shot in Hockey In hockey a backhand shot is very important. Some players such as Mats Sundin, Patrick Kane, Evengi Malkin, and Sidney Crosby are known for having powerful backhand shots. Sidney Crosby is said to use a flatter curve on his stick (as did Doug Gilmour) which ...READ MORE +