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Cornerstone Skating Drill for D

August 11, 2014 Drills, Hockey Blogs No Comments

I’ve used this drill for years to help develop the skating skills of my defensemen. It works many of the fundamental skills a good defenseman needs to play at a high level. If you have the ability to split your ice to work with the defenseman, this is a great drill to add to your practice plan. Be sure to run it on both sides of the ice.

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Head Coaching jobs

August 10, 2014 Hockey Blogs No Comments
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Head Coaching jobs

August 10, 2014 Hockey Blogs No Comments
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Wisconsin Head Coach Mike Eaves – AROSA 7 Passes

August 8, 2014 Drills, Hockey Blogs No Comments

I received this drill from Coach Eaves last year, but thought it would be good to highlight again as we begin to prepare for the upcoming season. I use this drill a lot because it works a number of areas in a quick moving drill. Players need to concentrate on good passing and receiving skills, timing, speed through the neutral zone and attacking the net. There are a few options for this drill. You can have the D be the players in the corner so they can work on the outlet pass, or you can have all the players work both parts of the drill to gain confidence in the outlet pass. You can also have the player from the corner turn to the outside to receive the pass and attack the zone wide. Also, be sure your goaltender is concentrating on directing his saves away from the front of the net.

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You Get What You Give!

August 8, 2014 Hockey Blogs, Players No Comments
I've always been a big believer in you get what you give.  The harder you work, the better things will work out for you.  I've talked with my players in the past about the work they put in off the rink will make them better players on the rink.  I've always tried to get them to realize that they are playing for something bigger than themselves too.  For those days when you don't feel like pushing anymore, think about the players that share the room with you, the coaches behind the bench and the Parents/Fans that come to watch.  They expect more. They want more.  So do you.

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You Get What You Give!

August 8, 2014 Hockey Blogs, Players No Comments
I've always been a big believer in you get what you give.  The harder you work, the better things will work out for you.  I've talked with my players in the past about the work they put in off the rink will make them better players on the rink.  I've always tried to get them to realize that they are playing for something bigger than themselves too.  For those days when you don't feel like pushing anymore, think about the players that share the room with you, the coaches behind the bench and the Parents/Fans that come to watch.  They expect more. They want more.  So do you.

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