Shooting Tips

Everything you need to score more goals is right here. Shoot better than your opponent. Beat the goalie. Help your team win games.

Some of the most advanced shooting tips in the world of hockey can be found in this section. A number of experts have created guidelines to give you exactly what you need to make sure your snipe goes TOP SHELF. To be the best you have to learn from the best, and that is exactly what HockeyShot’s Shooting Tips provides you. By studying this category, a hockey player will undoubtedly BECOME A BETTER SHOOTER so that the goalie never sees you coming. Shooting is without question one of the most important aspects of hockey, and this section gives you all the tools you need to succeed! These tips can be beneficial to all hockey players ON AND OFF THE ICE. No matter where you are, as long as you have a stick, puck and a target, you will learn something from these posts, we guarantee it!

  • Most young hockey players have one goal; to roof the puck. At 10 years old being able to shelf the puck is a big accomplishment and a great way to score a lot of goals. Most of the goaltenders are fairly small and could barely reach the top crossbar, so shooting high is the sure-fire way to score more goals. The problem is a lot of players seem to get stuck in this mindset and never really grow out of it. The problem is the goaltenders continue to grow and get bigger and bigger, taking u...

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  • Some hockey players seem to have a knack for scoring, it seems like whenever they shoot they find the back of the net. How do they do that? Well, it takes a lot of practice and a lot of time around the net before you get that scoring touch but in this video and article I am going to help you get there sooner.

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  • If you live in an apartment building or if it's been raining for the last week, it's hard to keep practicing on your hockey skills, but today with these cool little tricks you will be able to practice your stickhandling and even your shooting skills without breaking anything inside your house.

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  • Introducing the brand new Isnipe Hockey Shooting Trainer app available now for all apple products. This application is designed to help players keep track/improve their shots when practicing at home.

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  • In this video, we are going to talk about our shooting strategy and how this affects your off-ice training. We believe its great that you have a wide range of shots types and you can place them consistently anywhere, but in our opinion you should master a couple of shots that you can depend on. This will give you an area of comfort and will give you more confidence. In order to practice this, you should practice specific areas on the goalie so bottom left, top left, bottom right and top ri...

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  • There are two keys to having a powerful shot:

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  • In this video, we are going to explain four shooting games that can be played to improve your shot. We just want to reiterate the fact that proper technique and exertion is crucial in order to really maximize your shooting.

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  • After learning the proper technique for each shot the next step for a hockey player is to dial in their accuracy. When a player first starts learning a shot they should be focusing on technique and consistency. After a player is confident taking a shot they should practice improving their accuracy. Accuracy doesn't need to be perfect, but you should be able to put the puck within 12 inches of where you are aiming.

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  • In this video, we are going to show you how to improve your game with our extreme passing kit. This kit includes our HockeyShot dryland shooting pads with a bungee cord passer as well. This enables players to practice their stickhandling, passing and shooting all at the same time, which is great for off-ice training.

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  • During a hockey game a good player will get about five chances to score. When you stop and think about it five chances is not very many, so it is very important to make each shot as effective as possible.

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