The Secret to Balance, Speed, and Power - How To Hockey
Do you keep falling over, do you get off balance, are you easily knocked off the puck? You should be more like Sidney Crosby, his personal trainer explains he’s so hard to knock off the puck because he stays low This is the second article in our how to skate series and it covers a […]
How to Win Faceoffs in Hockey - Face Off Tips - How To Hockey
If you are a centermen one of your major responsibilities on the ice is to win face-offs. Some players who are new to the game overlook the importance of this job and approach the face-off dot without much thought, but no matter what level of hockey you play the face-off win is vital for your […]
Stickhandling Tips that Every Hockey Player Should Know - How To Hockey
How to Stickhandle Stickhandling is very important in hockey, many young players may think they know how to stickhandle, but you may be surprised what you are doing wrong! I used to think I was pretty good with the puck, I could get around players, I could deke and I could score goals. I lived […]
How to Raise the Puck and improve your accuracy - How To Hockey
The first thing any hockey player wants to learn (when it comes to shooting) is how to lift the puck. The problem is many players try all kinds of different methods and try anything and everything to raise the puck. In this article I am going to teach you the proper technique for lifting the […]
How to Take a Snapshot - Off Ice Tutorial - How To Hockey
The snapshot is a very important shot in hockey. When players first start playing they will learn how to perfect the wrist shot, the backhander, and later the slapshot. Some hockey players will naturally learn the snapshot, but others have to be taught, and in my opinion it is better to learn the different techniques, […]
How To Properly Warm Up & Stretch For Hockey Players Pre-game
Not all hockey players have 2 hours to warm up before a game. Do your best to arrive at the rink with enough time to warm up, jog, stretch or what ever you n...
Hockey Lace Necklaces, Bracelets with Numbers, Lanyards & Keychains
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Deke of the Week 2 - Protecting the Puck - How To Hockey
Here is the deke of the week #2, last week we talked about skating for open ice and this week we are building on that and teaching you to protect the puck. I know this isn’t really a deke, but it is very important to know the fundamentals of hockey and really the point of […]
Bruce Boudreau: Before He Was Gabby, He Was A Goal Scorer
Highlights, stats and hockey card info for Bruce Boudreau. Gabby played in the National Hockey League with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks.
Wristshot Training: Wrist Snaps - Complete Shot 1
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Two Types of Wrist Shots - How To Hockey
Yes there are two types of wrists shots in hockey, yet I am amazed at how many people are unaware of this fact. A newcomer to the game of hockey asked for some wrist shot tips in a popular hockey forum. Many beer leaguers who have been playing hockey for years tried to help. The […]
How to Skate Backwards - Step by Step tips, Technique, and Common Mistakes
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8-Year-Old Hockey Prodigy | Roman Marcotte Highlights
Move over Alexander Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby...eight-year-old Roman Marcotte is on track to be a hockey SUPERSTAR! COMMENT with your favorite hockey team!M...
Dad Attaches Hidden Microphone To His 4-Year-Old at Hockey Practice, And The Internet Can’t Get Over How Cute He is
We’ve seen lots of players mic’d up over the years in every sport under the sun, but nothing compares to this 4-year-old hockey player. You never know what a kid is going to say next, and