Most hockey players have the puck on their stick for a minute or less in a game.
This drops to even less than that as the players move up in age.
It is so important to be able to capitalize on your opportunities.
Many hockey players actually rarely have the puck during games. Combine this with the fact that coaches don’t have the time or resources during practices to work on individual skills and it becomes more evident that it’s up to the individual player to work on their skills if they have the desire to excel at the game.
Hockey Shooting Training Individual Stick Skills Development (shooting/stickhandling)
Contact us to set up training sessions. Sessions are held at the Olympic Arena in Warroad (dryland room). No more than three players at one time; this will allow for very low instructor/player ratio. Ages: Mites through High School. $25/thirty minute session. …