Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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Are You a Great Teammate? 3 Ways to Tell

Being a great teammate is a vital part of being a great hockey player   By Matt Schoepflin   Most coaches and players alike stress the importance of...
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The Hot Dog Hockey Drill

New to CrossIceHockey.com is a series of informative drills from Hockey Coach Vision. This week we focus on the Hot Dog drill.     Overview This drill works on...
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Work Ethic and the Hockey Player

Work ethic is the one quality hockey players appreciate most in a teammate     By Matt Schoepflin   Work ethic is one of those buzzwords we hear about...
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Inside the Mind of the Young Hockey Player

Coaches must remember that with the young hockey player, they should not be so upset when high expectations are not always met   By Rick Traugott   If you read...
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Decoding the Coach versus Parents Problem

The coach versus parents problem has almost always plagued youth sports. Here's how to solve it.   By Rick Traugott   Finally, one successful high school coach had...
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The Successful Hockey Parent-Coach Talk

Coaches often dread that hockey parent-coach talk. But it’s a really important one to have.   By Rick Traugott   I certainly have an open-door policy when it...

7 Keys to Coaching the Female Hockey Player

Is coaching women that much different than coaching men? 7 ways to get the most from your female hockey player.   By Rick Traugott   Not long ago,...
Bench management

Bench Management for Youth Hockey Coaches

3 ways to keep your youth hockey team on top of their game     By Coach Nate Leslie     1) Good bench management means teaching the players on...
Chemistry and character

Chemistry and Character: Building Blocks of a Hockey Team

How one youth hockey coach learned that chemistry and character are essential to a team    By Ed Palumbo   Chemistry and character. Here's how I came to...
Losing the Hockey Game

Losing the Hockey Game: How to Deal With a Loss

What to say to the team after losing the hockey game     By Warren Nye   Everyone talks about winning. But for every winner there is a loser....

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Letter From a Hockey Player to His Parents

This article was written by John O’Sullivan and originally published on his blog at www.ChangingTheGameProject.com   Letter From a Hockey Player to His Parents   Dear Mom &...
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The Cost of Youth Hockey: Is It Worth It?

A hockey dad tells why the cost of youth hockey means nothing to him   By Brett Johnson   One of my friends recently asked me about the...
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Left or Right: Should You Play the Off Wing?

Play the off wing for a change of pace
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Umbrella Power Play System

This power-play drill is a slightly more advanced power-play system that is commonly used in higher levels of hockey.
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Are You Overestimating Your Child’s Abilities?

Avoid the trap of overestimating your child’s abilities     By Warren Tabachnick   Like most parents (especially of the hockey variety), you probably think your child is the...
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