GearGeek – NHL Equipment Database

GearGeek is the world’s first online NHL equipment database.See what every active NHL player is using on the ice right now – sticks, gloves, pants, skates and helmets. You can sort by brands, teams, positions, stat leaders and more.GearGeek is free to …

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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NHL Shot Breakdown with Lance Bouma

September 27, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

I had the chance to be on the ice with a couple NHL players this summer. I took the chance to record a lot of videos which I am slowly editing and will be releasing soon. A lot of the videos will be on TurksSnipers.com first, as I’m helping NHL shooting coach Tim Turk create […]

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Hockey Shot Target Review

August 30, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

I’m a firm believer in having targets in the net when you’re practicing your shot. It doesn’t make sense to just shoot at an open net, if you’re working on your power you might as well have some targets in the net as well and improve your accuracy at the same time. It’s been proven […]

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RMU Head Coach @DerekSchooley Shares His Game Day Bench Card

August 24, 2015 General, Hockey Blogs No Comments

Now that the new season is rapidly approaching, I thought it was a good time to share the game day bench card that Robert Morris head coach Derek Schooley shared with me. Each of us has their own way to track things on the bench during a game. Coach Schooley’s card has a nicely organized way to quickly see who you want to put on the ice in different situations. I would suggest printing this on some type of heavy stock so you can write on it easily. I hope this helps organize your bench experience.

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Inline Hockey Coaching Position

August 3, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments
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Inline Hockey Coaching Position

August 3, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments
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5 ways to pick the puck up off the ice

Even though I’ve done a video on this before, I still get requests to explain it. I have a detailed video here on the ice, but I thought it would be fun to update the video and add some more possibilities. In the video below I show 5 ways to pick the puck up from […]

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Don’t Shoot the Puck!

June 23, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

I work with a lot of hockey players and I’m always trying to figure out common errors in their shots so they can progress as quickly as possible. A common trend I notice with players is their tendency to try to shoot the puck. This can happen with the slapshot, wristshot and snapshot. This video […]

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How To Make Your Own Stickhandling Balls

May 26, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

Improving your stickhandling is something every hockey player can do at home. It only takes about 20 minutes of focused practice each day to make notable improvements. If you start now, and stick with it, you will vastly improve by time the next season starts. The only problem is that good stickhandling products can be […]

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A Look at Verbero Hockey

May 23, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

It’s not often that a new company pops up and starts making high end hockey equipment. Most companies that start in the market begin with affordable equipment, and hope to get some sales and then work their way up. It seems that Verbero likes to do things a little differently. When it comes to hockey […]

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Breaking down the moving slapshot

May 19, 2015 Hockey Blogs No Comments

Our friend Matt from WinnPro Hockey has been contributing videos to our Hockey Movement channel for a while now and we are happy to feature his latest video on how to take a slapshot while moving. Matt also focuses on how the stick impacts the puck, his break down is very clear and detailed. In […]

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