Long-term player development

Every player deserves the best possible hockey experience.

Whether they dream of playing for a National Hockey Team or simply want to have fun with their friends, taking the right approach to the game when children are young sets the stage for a lifetime of hockey.

Physical Literacy
Hockey is a late specialization sport. It takes players years to be great. Early involvement in developing fundamental movement and sports skills is essential. A well established sense of their physical self will increase their confidence and motivation to perform in game situations.
Every player deserves the best possible hockey experience
Nutrition, hydration and sleep
Professional athletes know that the only way you can really perform to your best, either in training or competition, is by preparing properly for it. That’s where rest and recovery comes in. Done right, it will lead to big improvements in your game.
Sleep
is the best meditation.
Explosive start and quick feet
Hockey is a game of quick bursts of speed and changes of direction. It’s more about acceleration and deceleration than max speed. In other words, it doesn’t matter if you win the race around the rink; it matters that you win the race from the corner to the front of the net.
Talent Development
Help young athletes and parents understand what talent is and how you can get good at sport. The right feedback will help you to improve and develop the right behavior to become better at the sport you love.
Sports does not build character.
it unveils character.
The core and balance
Balance is not just standing on one foot, which is definitely needed for skating. Balance is being able to control our body over our foot or feet. In nerdy science terminology, we call it keeping your center of mass over your base of support.
Safety does not happen by accident.
Athletes eat and train. They don't diet.
Product knowledge
Understanding equipment design helps the game of hockey and physics to come together. The physical properties of ice. Friction of skate blades. Hockey stick flex and slapshots. Kinetic energy of the puck. And so much more.
Balance
is the key to everything.
Health
and safety
An age appropiate program that promotes healthy participation will keep young players interested in a lifetime of sports and reduce negative outcomes like injuries and dropouts.
Get kids
to fall in love with the game.