Hockey Tips, Drills & Product Reviews

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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!

  • The one-timer is a great shot if you can do it properly, it is also a great way to embarrass yourself on the ice if you don't know how to do it properly. There is nothing worse than completely missing the puck, or sending a muffin towards the net that the goalie easily gloves. In this article and video we will share a number of tips on how to perfect the one timer.

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  • A common problem that many new hockey players have is learning how to stop. I don't mean stopping by dragging your foot, doing a 360 or running into the boards, I mean doing a proper hockey stop! I have written this article to help you learn how to stop in hockey, I have also made a how to stop in hockey video that I have added below. You can watch the video if you prefer a visual lesson, I will include key points below the video.

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  • To be a great hockey player you first have to learn to be a great skater, this article will give you the building blocks necessary to become an amazing skater.

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  • If you visit any hockey store they will probably have a rack with hockey training aids that were developed to help you with your shooting, speed, or stickhandling. The stickhandling balls are one of the items that you can find in almost any hockey store. The balls started in Sweden when pro players noticed the Swedish hockey players using wooden balls to practice stickhandling, since then the product has become very popular among many hockey players around the world. The wooden stickhandli...

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  • I first began using the Shooter Tutor when I was about 10 years old back in Toronto. My dad used to keep one in the trunk incase we had ever had a goalie "no-show" us for practice.

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  • The only thing better than blasting some hockey pucks at the net is having four targets in each corner to really challenge yourself! There are a lot of hockey targets out there and all of them vary in price and quality. Today we are reviewing the EZ Goal corner targets.

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  • Hockey slideboards are a unique training tool that are meant to help players improve their skating at home. Unless you can afford to run a hockey arena in your back yard the entire year or install fake ice, a hockey slideboard is the only chance you have to simulate skating. When it comes to slideboards there are a number of options available. In this article we will be reviewing the Powerslide.

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  • This video explains how a player should be able to control the puck and shows a few quick drills you can use to practice being a better stickhandler

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  • The Sweethands is a very simple concept, think of it as a sooped up line of hockey pucks. A good way for hockey players to practice moving the puck around obstacles is to line up a row of pucks and stickhandle through them. The only problems is that every time you hit a puck you will have to set the row of pucks up again. The Sweethands solves that problem by providing a number of “posts” that are all connected with an easy snap-on connection.

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  • Stick handling is one of the most important fundamental skills in hockey. You need good stick handling skills to play heads up hockey, to take and maintain possession of the puck, to win face-offs, to receive and make passes and to shoot the puck.All the great puck carriers, great passers and great shooters can stick handle, position and shoot or pass the puck with their head up; this requires a lot of focused repetitive training. Because stick handling is such an integral...

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