Carberry Breakfast Club. Hockey Manitoba and LTAD. Mentor our volunteer grassroots coaches Develop specialty clinics to take to all communities so coaches can learn at home Develop strategies to get players more ice time: e.g.. Breakfast Club
Set drills to master skills
Practice and repetition to train fine motor skills
Usually a set design to guide players
Put players in a situation where they need to “read and react”; make a decision
Develop hockey sense
Timing, support, seeing the ice, pressure or contain etc.
Game like conditions
Players are deficient in many areas
They appreciate learning new things
We need to teach these skills at a younger age
Practices are the key: repetition for motor skill memory
We shouldn’t criticize coaches, we need to help themOn Ice Experience
The courage to loose sight of the shore.
These are seminars for coaches/minor hockey associations who may find the information useful. They are free of charge; we ask that hosts pay for any local expenses such as ice, advertising, venue etc.
“Men are not judged by what they start.
They are judged by what they finish”