Ultimate Goalie Hockey Targeting System

Coaches' Corner, Hockey Equipment, Off-ice Training, Skills, Useful Products
The Ultimate Goalie Fixes Some of the Issues with Other Canvas Targeting Systems If you've been following me over the past couple of years, you probably know I'm a huge believer in developing your snipes both on and off the ice. One of the main tools I've recommended and used over the past 20 years has been the Shooter Tutor, which is basically a canvas goalie with holes cut out in the corners and five-hole. Shooter Tutor Overview: The Shooter Tutor is a fantastic product, and I've used it myself for a number of different reasons: It's light weight, and easy to transport It's durable It gives "dead" rebounds, which are more realistic in my opinion It's fun to work with! Shooter Tutor Design Flaws As good as the Shooter…
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Have you joined Hockey Community yet?

Coaches' Corner, Miscellaneous, Useful Products
Hockey Community is the future of rec hockey organization! A few months ago I came in contact with Alex Toulemond, developer of Hockey Community, a place where hockey players can connect with other players in their own community to start teams, join existing teams, and find other playing opportunities at their local rinks! The site is brand new, but I believe it has the potential to become a staple for rec hockey players everywhere. In the video above, I show you a few of the key features at Hockey Community, but you really have to go check it out yourself! Here's the link: http://hockey-community.com This site is picking up steam fast, they've already been featured on CBC... check this out!! You're gonna love this site, check it out today! Weiss
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Off-ice Hockey Agility Drill

Off-ice Training, Speed
The Dot Drill is One of my Staple Off-Ice Agility Drills The Dot Drill is one of the most effective off-ice hockey agility drills I’ve ever seen. This drill is easy and inexpensive to set up, and only takes about a minute of the athlete’s time each day – so there are no excuses not to do it! Remember, the dots should be placed in a 2′ x 3′ rectangle, with one dot in the middle. Each dot should be about 5″ in diameter. You can spray paint the dots onto your garage or basement floor, or onto an old piece of carpet. You could also use something less permanent such as sidewalk chalk or tape. I prefer the rubber dot drill mats because they have better grip and are…
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