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Session Information

What You Need to Know

When We Meet

  • All I ever ask from parents/players is to give me one lesson.  In that initial meeting, I typically make 2-5 corrections in hand placement and movement, that I easily can identify by having them do a drill or two. 

  • These are super important to address and fix, so the player isn't reinforcing any bad habits.

  • Once the diagnostics phase is completed, I'll start downloading everything I've learned as a player, a coach, an off-ice skills instructor and parent of 2 very passionate hockey players. 

  • There's no magic formula or secret sauce that will quickly transform a player from average to Elite regarding stick skills.  There's a lot of sweat equity and self-motivation needed, but I'll show them the way.  How? 

Online Hockey Training

  • Working with me once in a while is a small part of the stick skill developmental process.  The real gains the player makes over the years, is from the hundreds of hours they'll accumulate working on their hands and shot, at home in their garage, basement or backyard.

  • provides players access to all the content I've developed in over a decade and use for my in person lessons.  My prebuilt training modules provide direction and purpose to their training, so they'll constantly be learning something new, becoming a Mega-Learner!!

What Players Need To Bring

  • Stick (with white tape on the blade)

  • Gloves

  • Tennis shoes (bring a dry pair if raining out or during winter months).  

  • Also a fun, positive and hard-working attitude.  

  • I provide bottled water and parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend the lesson. 

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