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Ice Hockey Tips

  • Five Off-Season Hockey Training Tips

      Now that your winter hockey season is coming to an end, it’s time to start mapping out your off-season training schedule. So where do you start? This can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be, especially if you break it down into small, individual parts. Identify – The first step is to ...
  • Breakaway Tips to Light the Lamp

    There’s not a better feeling for a hockey player when you split the defense and are off to the races on a breakaway.  Players on the bench stand up, and everyone in the rink takes a deep breath to see who’s going to win the battle between the player and the tendie!   Most breakaway opportunities...
  • The Four Ps to Hockey Success

    1. Purpose  Every day needs a simple objective and it's important to make small gains every 24 hours. Simply going through the motions is not going to help you achieve your goals and take your game to the next level. Purposeful training will give you the ability to perform at your best during g...
  • Building A Hockey Player, Gift By Gift

    So you have a young hockey player that is showing a real passion for the sport. You are a parent who wants to help your hockey hopeful along the way, but don't know where to start. As a former pro hockey player, I would like to give you some information that you may find useful when seeking a c...
  • 5 Stickhandling Mistakes to Avoid

    There are five common mistakes that I regularly see when training youth hockey players. Luckily, if they are identified early they can be corrected and allow players to reach their full potential! If you need to work on your stickhandling, here are some great tips to help take your game to th...
  • 1 Minute to Go, Down 3 Goals – No Problem

    If I look back at the last three decades, both as a player and coach, I’ve witnessed some unbelievable comebacks in games. Some of the games we won, and there were a number of them where we lost. Whichever happened, you knew you were going to be either super jacked or incredibly disappointed. I...