Stickhandling Tips

Handling the puck better than your opponents is the key to being unstoppable on the ice. Learn how to stickhandle like the pros!

There are a number of ways to properly handle the puck on and off the ice. This section will teach you everything you need to know in how to do that. Being able to STICKHANDLE WITH CONFIDENCE is an important aspect in the game of hockey, that when done right can elevate your ability to an entirely new level. Being able to STICKHANDLE PAST YOUR OPPONENTS with some flash is the ultimate way to showcase your hockey skills! In this category, a number of experts give their opinions on everything you need to know to dangle with the best of them. The ability to control the puck, continue skating with it, and then decide whether to pass or slide it in five-hole should be a part of every player’s game! Follow these instructions and you will accomplish everything you ever wanted to with the puck. Here comes MAGIC MITTS!

  • Hockey Shot’s Bench Boss Jeremy Rupke is at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto, Ontario with another Skill Series episode. The first part of today’s session is all about how to improve your puck feel, and he found some of the Buffalo Regals team to help show you how it’s done!

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  • One of the most common issues Coach Jeremy sees on the ice is players struggling with catching passes, especially in your feet or further away. By expanding the area where you can successfully receive a puck, you can get more passes on your stick which will help you get more goals.

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  • Do you want to be as smooth as Sidney Crosby, or control the play like Jaromir Jagr? Consider these next stick-handling techniques and your game will elevate to the next level. As a young hockey player, most coaches will tell you to keep your head up

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  • Passing is a fundamental skill in the game of hockey. Some of the most successful hockey players in the world are masters when it comes to making and receiving a pass. After reading this article, you will have the basics on what it takes to become a true playmaker

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  • Hockey always has, and always will be a team game. To ensure you become a great team player, you need your teammates to get the puck, and there’s no easier way to do that, than a crisp, hard pass. This vide from How To Hockey will help anyone improve their passing, no matter what skill level they’re at...

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  • You can find a lot of hockey passing tips and shooting advice on HockeyShot.com, though the only way to really get good at them is to practice them in an environment where you can concentrate, and get really good at them. You want to practice receiving the pass with your back to the net, so you get some practice taking a pass, moving and shooting.

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  • The whistle has blown on an offside, and you are the closest player to the puck. You notice the closest referee is favouring his back, and want to do the Zebra a solid by handing him the puck, so he doesn’t have to kneel and scoop. Remembering that time you learned the Scoopy Puck Move on the HockeyShot.com website; you skillfully use your stick to pop the puck off the ice, cradle it, and hand it over to the grateful ref.

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  • One of the hockey skills which is often neglected, or isn’t taught as effectively as it should is how to receive a pass. Many young hockey players either have the puck deflect off to an opposing player because they aren’t cushioning the puck, or dribble off the end of their stick because they are cushioning the puck too much.

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  • To determine the right hockey stick length for your needs, there are a few options you can choose from. A lot of this rides on whether you are an experience hockey player, or a beginner. First let’s take a look at the right length for the beginner players out there.

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  • In hockey, let’s face it – the defenseman doesn’t get nearly the attention they deserve for their contribution to the ebb and flow of a hockey game. But like all of the HockeyShot advice, if you follow it in a game setting, you have a great opportunity to grab your share of the glory.

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