Unboxing Snipers Edge Hockey Products

We have unboxed some products from Snipers Edge Hockey this weekend. Like our Facebook page to see future live videos. We are in the middle of the review of the products and we will post something next week. In the meantime, please post any questions or comments if you’ve wanted …

4 Corners – D vs. O

Drill:1. Place O in each corner with a puck2. D starts in front of net and skates toward one of the O3. When he stops and transitions, the O drives the net and they play 1 on 1 until a score, puck freeze or D clears the puck4. D then picks another O an…

What evaluators look for during try-outs

I’ve been asked a lot over the years what I look for in a player during evaluations.  After watching my son during various AA & AAA Ice try-outs, I’ve been thinking more about this topic and wanted to share a bit of what I look for and some ot…

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Hockey Dad’s Love-Handle Saves the Game

January 25, 2015 Coaches No Comments

by Eric Miller

We lumbered inside the locker-room and grimaced as hockey bags slid down our shoulders.  I hadn’t seen my Blazer teammates for over a month.  Inside, the guys slouched like dough-boys, suffering from extended tryptophan hangovers.  None admitted to exercising over the holiday break.  Crazy Eddie maintained his same pear shape.  He’s a tough goalie but outside the arena the man’s hide is thinner than tomato skin (it’s rumored that Pampers commercials make him cry).  Blaze shrank since I last saw him, from hunching over golf clubs instead of hockey sticks.  Curly braided his beard into dreadlocks. Mick grew his side-burns from ear to ear, which wrapped around his jaw.  The holiday break suited my teammates.  The guys appeared relaxed except for Stretch, a 6’ 3” beanpole who weighs 135 pounds.  With a Body Mass Index of 15, the same as a starving coyote, Stretch is a bag of bones held together by a string of tattoos.  I noticed new artwork. … Continue Reading

Fueling your body

January 22, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments
Nutrition is a huge pare of any athletes daily life.  Most players drink fluids during the game, but how many are worrying about pre-game and post-game foods and liquids to get their body ready and to help it heal?

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Conditioning – Michigan Mile

January 2, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments
Those that have played for me know I'm all about conditioning.  I would run my hardest drills and skating drills in the last half of practice.  "Why you ask?"

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Conditioning – Michigan Mile

January 2, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments
Those that have played for me know I'm all about conditioning.  I would run my hardest drills and skating drills in the last half of practice.  "Why you ask?"

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