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Practices are the crucial component for turning individual potential into the reality of a great hockey team—in an environment where you cannot lose. The Hockey Practice Playbook covers critical information and training techniques that you can immediately use—whether as part of the coaching staff, as players, or leagues—to make the most of your limited practice time.
The Hockey Practice Playbook provides effective examples of what has worked well for Greg Siller throughout his years of coaching and playing ice and roller hockey, as well as what other professional and amateur coaches have effectively used to improve their players and teams. While there is no one “right” way to plan, run and evaluate a practice, there are several effective techniques and tools that you need to use in order to achieve a Great Hockey Practice.
Utilizing the tools, checklists, and drills in this book will give you the information you need to improve your team in all facets of practice planning, execution, evaluation, and improvement. The tools alone are worth the price of this book!
The Hockey Practice Playbook will enable you to become a better hockey coach, help improve your team, and increase your teams’ ability to play smarter, stronger, and more effectively; ultimately enabling your team to improve their potential and consistency, win more games, and have some fun along the way.
Here are some tools and information from The Hockey Practice Handbook to help coaches with practice planning.
Greg Siller has over 25 years of ice and roller hockey experience gained throughout the United States and Canada. He is the author of two hockey books and has written for several hockey magazines. He is a hockey coach, official, and senior-level player in Southern California.