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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

Why You Need to be Your Own Coach

September 8, 2013
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There’s an old saying in investing “no one cares about your money as much as you”. Something similar could probably be said about most hockey players “no one cares about your development as much as you”. Being your own coach is especially important for older hockey players. Sure in minor hockey there are a lot of […]

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Hockey Shooting Analysis – Have your shot analyzed

August 30, 2013
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I am pleased to announce a new service for a limited time. For the next month or so I will be offering a shooting analysis service for anyone who would like some 1 on 1 advice with their shot. Personally I think this will help a lot of players so I am very excited to […]

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The Ultimate Resource Guide for Hockey Coaches

August 24, 2013
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As a hockey coach I am always scouring the internet for new ideas, drills, and resources. I have found a number of great drills and videos that I review when I am looking for new ideas. After years of coaching I have compiled and organized quite a list of links to my favourite hockey coaching […]

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Inline / Rollerblading Drills for Hockey Players

August 4, 2013
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A big complaint among hockey players in the more remote areas is that there is no place to skate over the summer months. This was certainly a problem for me growing up. I grew up in a small farm town and every arena within 100 kilometers took the ice out from March – September. So […]

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Top 10 (okay 15) Questions and Answers when building a backyard rink

July 25, 2013
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Building a backyard rink is a great way to play hockey at home with friends. Unfortunately you can’t just toss a rink up, there is a right way to build a rink and many wrong ways. This article will help you learn how to properly build a rink suitable for your family. I have entrusted […]

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Improve your Scoring Sense (with a gargage can!) – Learn when to shoot

July 6, 2013
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Some hockey players seem to have a knack for scoring, it seems like whenever they shoot they find the back of the net. How do they do that? Well, it takes a lot of practice and a lot of time around the net before you get that scoring touch but in this video and article […]

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Green Biscuit Snipe Review

June 30, 2013
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A few years ago I did a review of the Green Biscuit. It instantly became my favourite off-ice puck and I have been recommending it every since. In the review I was only testing it for it’s stickhandling capabilities because that’s what the puck was designed for, and it worked great. The only two problems […]

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Learn the Quick Release from 3 different positions

June 11, 2013
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At a young age a powerful shot with good accuracy will help you score a lot of goals, however the older you get and the more competitive the hockey gets the faster the game becomes. Soon a powerful and accurate shot is not enough, because if you wait to long to get the shot off […]

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How to Work on Your Shot Inside (without breaking stuff!)

June 3, 2013
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A big problem for a lot of people who want to practice their shot is they do not have the space. In order to work on your shot at home you typically need a hockey net, and a big enough area to practice shooting from a distance. These obstacles usually keep people from practicing their […]

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Advanced shooting training – toe shots, changing the release point, shooting in stride

May 24, 2013
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If you browse the how to hockey website enough you will find that the fundamentals of every shot have been covered in detail, most of you who have been following how to hockey for a while should have a good grasp on each shot, so now it is time to take your shot to the […]

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