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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Hockey Career Paths Pee Wee to Pro: AHL, CHL, ECHL, USHL, CJHL, NAHL, NCAA, USport, etc. Presented by Game Planner Pro!


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Hockey Careers. Hockey Leagues. Hockey Teams. What Hockey Career Paths exist after Pee-Wee and Minor Hockey? 
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 Figuring out all of the hockey options can be a huge challenge. Understanding the difference between Minor Professional, Juniors, NCAA, and other Collegiate Hockey is the goal!
 Thanks for watching - be sure and share where you play hockey in the Comments Section below.
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Module 2: Defensive Zone.This module starts with defensive zone fundamentals.  We explore the zone without the puck, and then with puck possession.  The breakout section is quite extensive, and gets a lot of traffic.  Defensive zone tactics can have subtle variations at higher levels but all systems have common principles.  We’ll stick to the key concepts, but explore them in detail in some of the videos.  This is the module most members spend the most time studying, and revisiting often.  We encourage you to take your time here.

Defensive Pressure
The other team is so good, so how can we stop them from scoring? This module addresses key principles of defensive zone coverage that can be used on novice teams, and NHL teams alike. Not much changes as the level gets higher, the allowable margin of error just shrinks to zero. When you are done here you'll have a more complete understanding of team goals in your own zone.

Defensive Coverage
Understanding these concepts gives us a better idea of how to dictate the play while on defense. Our body position, stick placement, speed and angle of pursuit all affect the offensive players decision making.

Breakouts
We finally got the puck, now how do we get out of our zone? In this module we look at the key principles of getting out of your zone together, which always varies depending on the pressure you are getting from the opposing team. There are a few universally accepted breakouts that have withstood the test of time. We think teaching those concepts is a great place to start in this course.

Complete Course Goals
The goal of this course is to create a progression in learning from A to Z, from Module 1 to 5, but feel free to pick and choose the modules you need the most. Learning the international language of hockey is paramount in expanding your overall game understanding. If you do skip ahead, and hear terms in later modules that you do not understand, we recommend starting back at Module 1 and working your way through the entire set of modules.  We built the curriculum step by step, teaching first the terminology, then explore every zone of the ice, from defensive, to neutral, and on to offensive zone without, then with the puck.  Our final module teaches powerplay and penalty killing systems.  Get started now!

The Coach

Nathan Leslie

Director of Leslie Global Sports
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My 10 years of professional hockey and 10 years as a hockey development expert and coaching mentor to hundreds of coaches and thousands of players are jam packed into this member site so that you can stop your endless searching.  I have a Masters Degree in Education and have been a teacher.  I believe every hockey coach is a teacher first.  As a professional player in the Swiss A League and other European leagues I really needed to understand the game from the inside out to stay competitive.  Now I have the chance to share it all with you in this course.  To learn more about us visit Leslie Global Sports.

More on Nate: 
Nate has a Masters Degree of International Education from Madrid, Spain, speaks German, Swiss German, and French, and played 7 years of professional hockey in Europe. Nate is the owner of Leslie Global Sports and the Director of the West Coast Hockey Prep Camp and recently returned from filming a hockey documentary in Mongolia. Leslie Global Sports and LGS America run hockey camps, skill development, and coaching mentorship programs in Vancouver, Port Alberni, Surrey, Port Coquitlam, Whistler, Squamish, Victoria, The Richmond Olympic Oval, Baltimore, New York City, Queens, Washington DC, Queenstown, New Zealand, Budapest, Hungary and Mongolia. In Vancouver, Nate instructs hockey academies at Earl Marriott, Semiahmoo, Britannia, and Sentinel Secondary Schools.  Book this course.....

Friday, July 26, 2019

Lexi Warner 2020 Forward Ice Hockey Recruiting Video Presented on US Sports Net by Game Planner Pro!



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Hi I am Lexi Warner. I am a 2020 graduate forward from Massachusetts. The following video shows clips of me playing with my varsity team, Westford Academy. The clips consist mostly of the 2018-19 Season, where I had 12 assists and 9 goals and was a Lowell Sun 1st Team All-Star. There are also a few clips from the 2017-18 season. I will also be playing club for the North Shore Vipers this year. In the past, I played for Assabet Valley.

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Description

Learn the essential skills necessary for being a youth hockey coach in this detailed overview. In this instructional coaching course, pro hockey player and youth coach Nicole Uliasz uses firsthand demonstrations to teach the basic hockey techniques for beginners.

The Coach

Nicole Uliasz

Girls' Varsity Ice Hockey Coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J
Nicole Uliasz is the girls' varsity ice hockey coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J. She is also assistant athletic director and sports information director at the prestigious prep school.

Uliasz began attending the University of Wisconsin in 2000 and playing for the Badgers' women's ice hockey team. In 2001, she left the university to join the United States National Ice Hockey Team. She played with the national team for a year and traveled on the 2002 Visa Salt Lake City Pre-Olympic Tour. She also played on the 2002 United States Under-22 National Team and re-joined the Badgers in 2002. She graduated in 2005.

Uliasz was a three-time ALL-WCHA Academic honoree and an All-Big Ten honoree.


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Saturday, July 6, 2019

Jenna Mazzola Ice Hockey Recruiting Video (2020) Goalie Presented by Game Planner Pro!


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Jenna Mazzola, Class of 2020 at Norwood High School.

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Description

Learn the essential skills necessary for being a youth hockey coach in this detailed overview. In this instructional coaching course, pro hockey player and youth coach Nicole Uliasz uses firsthand demonstrations to teach the basic hockey techniques for beginners.

Nicole Uliasz

Girls' Varsity Ice Hockey Coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J
Nicole Uliasz is the girls' varsity ice hockey coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J. She is also assistant athletic director and sports information director at the prestigious prep school.

Uliasz began attending the University of Wisconsin in 2000 and playing for the Badgers' women's ice hockey team. In 2001, she left the university to join the United States National Ice Hockey Team. She played with the national team for a year and traveled on the 2002 Visa Salt Lake City Pre-Olympic Tour. She also played on the 2002 United States Under-22 National Team and re-joined the Badgers in 2002. She graduated in 2005.

Uliasz was a three-time ALL-WCHA Academic honoree and an All-Big Ten honoree. Book this course......


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Thursday, June 27, 2019

The NHL On US Sports Net Presented by Hotels com Featuring: Best Saves of the 2018-19 NHL Season




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Saturday, June 22, 2019

Bradford Bulls JR A Recruitment video 2019-2020 Presented by Game Planner Pro


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Bradford Bulls JR A Recruitment video for the 2019-2020 hockey season. 
 - The Bradford Bulls are a tier 2 JR A hockey club and play in the GMHL (Greater Metro Hockey League). 
 - The 2019-2020 hockey season has already began for the Bulls as they begin the off-season recruitment process. The Bulls will be looking to build a strong team and capture the Russell Cup this upcoming season.
 - If interested in becoming a Bradford Bull, please send your hockey resumes and a short video (if possible) to GM / Head Coach Brandon Billie. 
 Contact: Bradfordbullshockey@gmail.com

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Hockey is an incredibly fast paced game. Give your players the edge by teaching them techniques that will sharped the skills necessary to outmatch their opponents. 

Veteran hockey coach, Patrick Burke takes you through his favorite youth hockey skills and drills in this 12 part hockey coaching course. Burke's coaching videos will cover hockey skating, shooting tips, passing and tactics.

The Coach

Patrick Burke

USA Hockey and American Sport Education Program-Certified Hockey Coach
Patrick Burke, the principal of Vermont's South Burlington High School, is a USA Hockey- and American Sport Education Program-certified hockey coach and a USA Hockey ACE (Association Coaching Education) Director.  

Burke has coached at nearly every level from mites to college and has served as the head  varsity coach at three New England high schools: St. Bernard (Conn.); Champlain Valley (Vt.), where he led his team to a state championship; and South Burlington (Vt).

He has coached U-18 all-star teams in Vermont and in the New England Yankee All-Star Festival, and now is coaching on the youth level with the Essex (Vt.) Sting and the Vermont Shamrocks. His focus has always been on player development, hard work and fun. He has been recoginized for coaching excellence by the Positive Youth Sports Alliance and was Vermont's principal of the year in 2006.   

As a player, Burke played AAA and junior hockey for the Ramapo (N.Y.) Saints and the New Jersey Rockets, as well as college hockey for Connecticut College. Book this course.....

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

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Learn the essential skills necessary for being a youth hockey coach in this detailed overview. In this instructional coaching course, pro hockey player and youth coach Nicole Uliasz uses firsthand demonstrations to teach the basic hockey techniques for beginners.

The Coach

Nicole Uliasz

Girls' Varsity Ice Hockey Coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J
Nicole Uliasz is the girls' varsity ice hockey coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J. She is also assistant athletic director and sports information director at the prestigious prep school.

Uliasz began attending the University of Wisconsin in 2000 and playing for the Badgers' women's ice hockey team. In 2001, she left the university to join the United States National Ice Hockey Team. She played with the national team for a year and traveled on the 2002 Visa Salt Lake City Pre-Olympic Tour. She also played on the 2002 United States Under-22 National Team and re-joined the Badgers in 2002. She graduated in 2005.

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Sunday, May 19, 2019

Jack Barone | Long Island Royals | Hockey Recruiting Video Class Of 2020


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Jack Barone, Class of 2020, is a powerhouse defender on the Long Island Royals. His patience with the puck and vision on the ice makes him an outstanding addition to the team. At American Sports Memories, we create college recruiting videos for top athletes in the United States. Established in 2010, we have over 200 videographers across the U.S. and cover all major 

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Description

Whether you are a novice coach or a seasoned veteran, there is always room to expand your arsenal of skills and drills for coaching youth hockey. This tip-filled instructional video covers all aspects of the game with over 50 hockey drills and tips developed specifically for youth players. The Hockey Skills and Drills Library gives parents, coaches and team volunteers all of the technical expertise they need to help kids learn hockey faster and play better.


The Coach

Hockey Library

The Ultimate Ice Hockey Coaching Library
Hockey Library brings together some of the top hockey coaches in youth hockey all the way to the collegiate level.

Meet the coaches!

GUY GADOWSKY has been the architect of Princeton University’s rise to the top of the ECAC Men's Hockey League.

During the 2007-08 season, the Tigers won a program-high 21 games and reached the NCAA Division I Tournament for just the second time in program history. Gadowsky was honored as the ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the national award.

Gadowsky spent five seasons at Alaska-Fairbanks in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. The Edmonton, Alberta, native also was the head coach and director of hockey operations for the Fresno Falcons of the Western Collegiate Hockey League, and coached in Roller Hockey International, serving as the head coach of the Oklahoma Coyotes in 1996 and the San Jose Rhinos from 1997 to 1999.

PATRICK BURKE, the principal of Vermont's South Burlington High School, is a USA Hockey- and American Sport Education Program-certified hockey coach and a USA Hockey ACE (Association Coaching Education) Director.

Burke has coached at nearly every level from mites to college and has served as the head  varsity coach at three New England high schools: St. Bernard (Conn.); Champlain Valley (Vt.), where he led his team to a state championship; and South Burlington (Vt).

He has coached U-18 all-star teams in Vermont and in the New England Yankee All-Star Festival, and now is coaching on the youth level with the Essex (Vt.) Sting and the Vermont Shamrocks. His focus has always been on player development, hard work and fun. He has been recognized for coaching excellence by the Positive Youth Sports Alliance and was Vermont's principal of the year in 2006.
 
As a player, Burke played AAA and junior hockey for the Ramapo (N.Y.) Saints and the New Jersey Rockets, as well as college hockey for Connecticut College.

NICOLE ULIASZ is the girls' varsity ice hockey coach at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville. N.J. She is also assistant athletic director and sports information director at the prestigious prep school.

Uliasz began attending the University of Wisconsin in 2000 and playing for the Badgers' women's ice hockey team. In 2001, she left the university to join the United States National Ice Hockey Team. She played with the national team for a year and traveled on the 2002 Visa Salt Lake City Pre-Olympic Tour. She also played on the 2002 United States Under-22 National Team and re-joined the Badgers in 2002. She graduated in 2005.
Uliasz was a three-time ALL-WCHA Academic honoree and an All-Big Ten honoree.

DAVE SCOWBY has 12 years of youth hockey coaching experience. For the last five years, he's been on the coaching staff of the New Jersey Kings, and prior to that spent seven years coaching in the Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL). He's also an instructor at the Princeton Sports Center in Monmouth Junction, N.J.
Captain of the 1994-95 Princeton University men's ice hockey team, Scowby has more than 28 years of combined coaching and playing experience. His coaching achievements include several AYHL championships and a prestigious International Silverstick Championship.

Originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, where he played for the Regina Cougars (Midget AAA), his coaching philosophy emphasizes skill development, team play and the importance of developing young men of character on and off the ice.

TED ANNIS is Director of Hockey at Princeton Sports Center in Monmouth Junction, N.J. Originally from Belleville, Ontario, Annis played junior hockey for the Junior A Kingston Voyageurs of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League and then college hockey at Princeton University. His youth hockey coaching background includes seven years of AAA experience with the New Jersey Rockets (including the 2000-2001 Tier 1 National Champion Peewees).

As Director of Hockey at Princeton Sports Center, Annis is responsible for player development through the Intro to Hockey program, the Princeton Sports Center Hockey Academy and the CJTHL recreational league. Book this course......

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Taya Beacom Hockey Recruiting Video Class of 2020




Taya Beacom Age: 17 Kitchener Lady Rangers Midget AA

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Description

Great goaltending wins hockey games and championships. In this comprehensive video, Coach Richard Shulmistra draws upon his extensive playing and coaching experiences to explain the essential components needed to become a successful goaltender. The program was designed to help young players improve their fundamentals and understand the art and science of goaltending . It is also intended to help coaches provide comprehensive instruction on every facet of this challenging position. Among the topics covered are: skating and movement drills, techniques for saves and puck control, angles and the center line theory, strategies to handle the puck in a variety of game situations and much more. This video is an indispensable resource for goalies and coaches at every level of play.


Lessons

2 Fundamentals 10:41  
3 High Saves 04:31 
4 Angles 03:50  
5 Breakaways 02:26  
6 Behind the Goals 05:48  
7 Advanced Topics 03:30  
8 The Tipped Puck 01:12  
9 Drills 05:13  
10 Closing Comments and Credits 00:49

The Coach

Richard Shulmistra (Shuey) started with Huron Hockey as a goalie student at the Huron Park Ontario Camp under the instruction of former NHL goalie and current Dallas Stars Director of Amateur Scouting, Tim Bernhardt. He then went on to become an outstanding goaltender at the collegiate level for Miami University, winning a CCHA regular season title and leading the team to their first ever NCCA tournament. After graduating, Richard signed with the Quebec Nordiques (later moved to Colorado) and played professionally for several years. Shuey has been a goaltending instructor since 1991. He now lives in North Carolina and works as a goalie coach. Book This Course....

Saturday, May 4, 2019

The NHL On US Sports Net Featuring: Stanley Cup: 60 - May 3



Check out Friday night's action with the Stanley Cup: 60! The Carolina Hurricanes advance to the Eastern Conference Final after defeating the New York Islanders, 5-2, earning the first sweep in a seven-game series in franchise history. Ben Bishop made 38 saves to help the Dallas Stars take a 3-2 series lead against the St. Louis Blues with a 2-1 victory in Game 5.

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Description

To be successful in modern hockey, it is essential to master the components of explosive skating. In this comprehensive program, coaches Steve Cady and Matt Cady present numerous skating skills and drills designed to help hockey players at all levels of the game to become great skaters. Among the topic covered are: drills that focus on balance and agility, forward and backward skating, starts, stops, turns, pivots and much more. This video is a great resource for coaches and players who want to dramatically improve their skating skills and gain a winning edge on the competition.

Lessons

2 Forward Skating 07:45 
5 Stopping 03:10  
6 Turns & Pivots 09:27  
7 Agility Drills 01:38  
8 Game Simulated Drills 04:30 

The Coach

Steve Cady was an instructor at Huron Hockey for over 35 years, and served as the Power Skating Instructor for the Pro Camps. Cady was the head hockey coach at Miami of Ohio during its first seven varsity seasons (1978-85). Cady also served on the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules Committee and Championship Committee which he was chairman of in 2009. Acknowledged as one of the best skating instructors in the world and the book “High Performance for Skating for Hockey” which he coauthored by Vern Stenlund has stood the test of time as one of the must trusted and treasured volumes for skating instruction. Steve Cady currently serves as the Senior Associate Athletics Director at at Miami of Ohio. 
Matt Cady is a Miami of Ohio Hockey Alumni graduating in 2004 with a degree in strength and conditioning. Before Matt returned to Miami he was volunteer assistant hockey coach at the University of Denver. Matt worked with Miami's Golf, Hockey, and Synchronized Skating teams as the strength and conditioning coach. Matt also provided administrative support, scouting reports, and coordinates the hockey teams in game video. Cady currently oversees strength and conditioning programs for military personnel based in Florida. Book this course......

Friday, April 19, 2019

Grace Norris College Hockey Recruiting Video 2020 Presented by CoachTube & StrengthCoach!


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Description

Learn the essential skills necessary for being a youth hockey coach in this detailed overview. In this instructional coaching course, pro hockey player and youth coach Nicole Uliasz uses firsthand demonstrations to teach the basic hockey techniques for beginners......Learn more......
Ice Hockey Strength and Conditioning From StrengthCoach.com!
Program- Off Season GPP
Joel Jackson
This is a GPP phase that I recently had my men's and women's varsity hockey teams complete as their first mesocycle of the off-season.
This is a general one that I gave to the men's team where some things needed to be altered/changed depending on the individual.
This what I have them doing as part of their warm-up in the program above. Join StrengthCoach.com to watch the video.....

The In-Season Guy

Sean Skahan 
I remember one of the first days when I started working with a professional hockey team very clearly. One of our players said hello to me and then handed me a 3 ring binder with 200+ pages included.
“This is my in-season program. Could you carry it with you and give it to me when I need it? My trainer wants me to do it this year.”
I paused and said “I don't know you and you don't know me, but the answer is NO. We will have a strength and conditioning program in place here and that is what we are going to do” (Internally, I was thinking of other options he could do with that 3 ring binder).
My first impression of this interaction was man, what did I get myself into.
In the professional sport environment, players are used to people saying yes to everything that they ask for. It doesn't matter if they want sock tape or if they want to do what THEY think is best for them in the gym. They are conditioned to get their own way from support staff members.
I came from a collegiate hockey team background. In that situation, I had the opportunity to operate a strength and conditioning program the exact way I wanted it to go. The entire team trained together year-round. We had team lifting sessions at specific times on certain days. We also had team stretching/warm up sessions prior to practices and games and team cool down sessions after practices and games. Players were rarely late for workouts (if they were, there was an appointment with an airdyne bike or the step mill- the old school one with the revolving steps) and they did exactly what I asked and coached them to do.  The head hockey coach valued what I did and supported the program 100%. For me, this is how I believed team strength and conditioning should be.
When I began my first job in professional hockey, I took that same belief system with me.
I wanted to bring those same concepts and apply them to the professional environment. I believe that good players embrace a structured environment where they want someone guiding them in the right direction to help them and ultimately the team play better.   The reality is, this approach doesn't always work in the professional environment without some give and take. In my opinion, today's professional athletes want to have some say in what is going on- especially when it comes to their own bodies. The key is to allow them to have some say as long what they want fits the philosophy of your program.
When I first arrived to the training facility, there were machines all over the place. We had......Join StrengthCoach.com to keep reading.....