Tips and tricks to help you be a better defense player.


5 ways to score 1 more goal per game


Every team out there would love to score at least one more goal per game. So here are some ideas I've put together to help you make that happen as we head down the playoff stretch.

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How to score off rebounds


Here's a drill I used with my team last night to work on scoring off rebounds.

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4 Exercises to improve puck protection


Are you looking to improve your puck protection? To be as good a puck protector as Wickenheiser or Poulin?

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In Tight Triangle Dangle


Here's a short video of one of the 3 in-tight triangle dangles I teach players to win 1v1s, along with how to transition into the shot coming out of the move.

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5 Helpful Skills for every defense player


Are you a beginner looking to improve your skills and just need some helpful tips?

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Wrist exercises for female hockey players


3 simple exercises that you can do every day to increase the strength in your wrists, which will make your stick-handling, passing and shooting dramatically better.

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East-West Stickhandling Workout


Effective east-west stick-handling moves that will allow you to create separation between you and your opponents.

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How to choose the right quick release shot


Every hockey player knows that it is sometimes hard to choose the right quick release shot.

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5 drills to improve your edge work


Something that most hockey players fail to realize is that edges are the most important aspect of skating in hockey.

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off-ice drills you can do with your hockey stick


Did you know that your hockey stick, yes your hockey stick, is enough equipment for a full workout?

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How to perform a slap shot


As easy as the definition might seem, many female hockey players have problems making slap shots.

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How to be a great defense player


Defensive players are one of the most important players in any sport, and such is no different in Women's Hockey.

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