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We are inviting Players, Goalies and Coaches to submit your story for our website. It could be anything from how your team did in a tournament to an exceptional game your team or an individual had. Also, Mom and Dad can always tell a great family hockey story or a family hockey tradition. Remember it's FREE!
HockeyNeeds is proud of the efforts the Minor Hockey Communities for knowing the values of respect in their community and sharing your experiences with us!
Below Are Just Some Of The Submissions We Have Received
Now that tryouts are behind us and Coaches are slowing preparing for the upcoming season, I thought this would be a good time to write this article. Over the years of seeing or attending practices, I started to notice that coaches are teaching or implementing more of a defensive type of system in their practices…Read More
Guest Contributor and Article By: Coach Ken Yee Coach and Trainer ForHong Kong Academy Of Ice Hockey Kung Pow Kings Hockey For beginner and intermediate level players, most have trouble with their wrist shots. A good wrister has less to do with power or strength than having the proper technique. I often use the following…Read More
Image of Power Edge Pro – PEP Guest Contributor and Article By: Ken Yee Born in China Raised in Toronto Now Coach and Trainer in Hong Kong As a coach, the players that stick out to me are not those who are the most athletically gifted or the strongest. The players I take the greatest notice are…Read More
Guest Contributor and Article By: Chris Tauriello, C.H.N. Nutritionist In The Toronto and GTA I Help People Achieve Peak Performance, Eat Healthy and Lose Weight Website: www.tauronutrition.com Contact Me Today For More Information I’m very proud and excited to share this article with you. I have coached and trained Chris since the…Read More
If you are playing hockey at any level, then you are probably trying to figure how you can take your game to the next level. Being scouted for hockey for higher levels can be a very challenging task, especially if you do not know what to do. The only way scouts or even coaches will…Read More
Guest Contributor and Article By: Ken Yee Standing inside of a hockey rink, you’d expect that it’d be cool and brisk, if not downright cold. But as a hockey coach here in Hong Kong in the middle of May, this is surely not the case. It is 33 degrees Celsius outside (which feels like 39…Read More
Hockey Canada had mandated last March for the upcoming 2018/2019 season at the Initiation Program level across Canada. Games will be on a cross-ice or have-ice, where the rink is divided in half and teams play across the ice rather than the full length of the rink, is now mandatory. The Mandate encompasses all players…Read More
These days it is very normal for the head coach of your child’s hockey team to be a Parent/Coach. I will say majority of the time these coaches that are parents provides a great experience for their child and team. However, there are times being a parent in charge of a team can have potential challenges…Read More
The players who do not Battle and/or Compete in a game, but at practices. The ones that you always see doing amazing skillful moves in practice, but not at games. They just don’t play the way they practice. Basically, the ones you call The Awesome Practice Player! Believe me, I have felt your frustration with…Read More
Tryout… Are We Talking About Tryouts! I figured this was a perfect time to write this article, since coaches, players, organizations and parents are getting ready for tryouts starting mid-April in the Toronto – GTA regions. Tryouts have always been a hot topic to discuss, because of the silly behaviours that go on during this…Read More
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