Hockey Tips, Drills & Product Reviews

Find everything you need to know about hockey from some of the best experts in the world. Your game will never be the same!

Here you will find everything you need to know from some of the BEST EXPERTS IN THE WORLD OF HOCKEY. A vast collection of tips on shooting, passing, stickhandling, skating, training, goaltending and mental/ emotional preparation. These are all IMPORTANT SKILLS when it comes to playing hockey and understanding these tips will give you an incredible amount of knowledge about every subject you can shake a stick at. To be successful, it helps to learn from the best and with each post in this section you are receiving QUALIFIED RESOURCES to help make you unstoppable out there on the ice. Playing the game is half the battle, to be fully prepared when you step into the rink make sure you study these guidelines. They will absolutely GIVE YOU AN EDGE VERSUS THE COMPETITION. There are not only written articles throughout this section, but also video posts to give you step-by-step visuals at how to further your hockey career!

  • With the direction of hockey plays changing quickly and constantly, players must possess a level of skating skill that enables them to seamlessly transition from one direction to another without losing momentum. In this article, we teach you both basic and advanced techniques for transitioning from skating forwards to skating backwards and then vice versa, skating backwards to skating forwards.

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  • Having a powerful backhand shot is very important in the hockey world, and we've learned some tricks of the trade from the professional players with the best backhand shots. Keep reading for our step-by-step guide to improving your backhand and getting more power into your shot, then click here to see some video clips of how it's done by those top pros, including Sidney Crosby, Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterb...

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  • One of the most popular skills that new hockey players want to learn is how to raise the puck in the air on their shots. Knowing how to roof the puck well opens up a lot of options as you approach the net and attempt to outmaneuver the goalie.

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  • All it takes for a game-changing play is a single split-second decision, but hockey players need quick reactions and strong shooting skills to take advantage of those instant opportunities. That's why we offer the new and improved HockeyShot Extreme Passing Kit. It's durable, portable, and easy to set up for stickhandling, passing, and shooting practice whenever and w...

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  • The Extreme Passer Pro is a heavy-duty training tool that can help you improve many of your hockey skills at home or on the go. Featuring two bungee cords, one or more players can utilize both sides of it. Here we outline a few of the many stickhandling drills you can rely on the Extreme Passer Pro to deliver during your practices.

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  • Body changes during the Adolescent Growth Spurt (AGS) can temporarily diminish a player’s overall skill and speed and increase vulnerability to injuries. The effects of AGS and its effects on core strength, postural control and performance—coordination, skill, speed, quickness, agility and technique—can be enormous while athletes struggle to adjust to their rapidly changing bodies.

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  • One of the biggest challenges in hockey training is ice time. There's never enough of it. Ask any hockey player what they want most of all, and the answer will usually be "More ice time!" Apart from the various hockey teams using the same ice rink needing training time, there are other demands on the available ice time which come from figure skating groups, and public skating times, not to mention those few months in the summer when the ice rink is closed completely.

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  • Passing the puck is a fundamental skill every hockey player needs to master, but off the ice it can be tricky to recreate the environment necessary to work on your passing skills alone or with a friend. Fortunately, with The Dangler, you can set up your own passing drill that's both convenient and challenging.

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  • You are a defenseman. You patrol the blue line, protect your end, and sometimes get called on to block shots between the hash marks. Every now and then, you like to introduce your opponents to the boards in the neutral zone or the corners of the rink. You could be gentle, but that's why you wear the pads.

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  • With the arrival of spring, everyone is starting to think ahead to warmer weather and summer fun, and for many hockey players, that means finding a place to practice effectively.

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