Parents often tell their kids to work hard. This is sound advice to help them succeed in hockey and in life. Putting forth “effort” to learn and grow is an important prerequisite for future success. How we as parents, coaches… Read More ›
Developing Hockey Skills and Game Concepts In a Fun, Competitive Environment: Are Midgets to BIG for small-area games?
By USA Hockey.com Q) Are midgets too BIG for small-area games? A) “Repetitio mater studiorum est.” Repetition is the mother of learning. Hockey players of every age learn by doing. By implementing high-activity station-based practices and small-area games into your… Read More ›
By Josh Devine Today’s hockey culture is damaging youth hockey players’ futures and putting the integrity of our game at risk. Year-round training schedules for the youngest hockey players and the pressure to always do more is not only… Read More ›
The Illinois Hockey Hall of Fame (IHHF) is seeking nominations of qualified individuals to be enshrined into the Illinois Hockey Hall of Fame for the Class of 2014. The IHHF was established to recognize and honor the tremendous contributions of… Read More ›