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!

  • The goaltending position is fascinating isn’t it? So many dynamic movements occur within such a confined space with very little room for error. Today I want share a very simple, yet super effective, lateral agility drill for goalies.

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  • Lots of new players don’t take the split second to notice where the goalie is positioned in the net. If the goalie is out of the net, chances are you have less shooting angles, and need to opt for a deke.

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  • Regardless of your skating style, you want your skate blades to have good contact with the ice surface, so you don’t look like you are jogging down the ice. Your toes should be pointed in the direction you are headed at the start of each stride.

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  • The average NHL goalie is about 6-foot-2, and two hundred pounds and change. Vertically, with stacked pads, or in the butterfly position, that eliminates a lot of goal mouth real estate.

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  • Warming up before practice is vital to improve your range of motion, repetition, and ultimately your shot. First, you need to take care of your wrists. So much power and energy comes from a simple snap of the wrists that it's crucial to warm them up before shooting.

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  • What’s so great about the versatility of this surface and the lock-together mechanism of the tiles is that you can use them for anything. Whether you buy 10 or 100, there’s always a way to take advantage.

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  • This heavy duty nylon tarp fits over the mouth of any standard hockey net. Its durability can handle your hardest slap shot but it's light enough to carry with you no matter where you decide to practice. The unique bungee/steel wire attachment is designed for easy installation for any age.

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  • Hockey always has, and always will be a team game. To ensure you become a great team player, you need your teammates to get the puck, and there’s no easier way to do that, than a crisp, hard pass. This vide from How To Hockey will help anyone improve their passing, no matter what skill level they’re at...

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  • When you’re looking to train at home on days you can’t be at the rink, the last thing you want to worry about is damaging the car in the garage or driveway, or even worse, putting a hole through the 60” big screen television in the basement.

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  • Toronto’s Teakle brothers are two large, strong, savvy hockey coaches. Sean Teakle is the Head Coach of the Hill Academy hockey team, and his brother Justin is the Head Coach and Head Hockey instructor of the Toronto Patriots hockey team.

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