“Tips for Running a Hockey Practice.” How to Hockey: Hockey Training and Hockey Tips, 13 Jan. 2010, howtohockey.com/tips-for-running-a-hockey-practice/. This source provides me with information on how to run a hockey practice, gives general information on the basics because I have never run and practice by myself and provides helpful.
The source was written for people who starting to become hockey coaches and gives tip on how to run a successful practice. This was an article written from other coaches in the past and the things they suggested are things that have worked from them and there team. The most valuable piece of information I have gained for this source is that players can get bored and need to physically show the players what they are doing wrong because if i would just tell them they would forget.
“Content Search.” Membership Statistics, www.usahockey.com/goaltendingplans. The source is from the governing body of hockey in the United States, USA Hockey provides coaches with training plans for their teams. This source provides drills for goalies and drills at all levels which is key because I have to work with all levels of players so I need to accommodate for the skill level and the age, generally the older the kid’s the more advance drills. The drills provided will help me maximize the goalie's development. The middle T-push drill would be great for younger kids to begin practicing positioning, I will also include this drill in the warmups.
Wilson, Eli, and Brian Van Vliet. Hockey Goaltending. Human Kinetics, 2018. The book Hockey Goaltending by Eli Wilson goes over the basics of how being a player is just not about me physically good it’s also about the mentally strong and the author has provided strategies how to make a player mentally strong and focused, The method is spraying water in the air and focusing on one drop of water hitting the ice, I like how the author worked with current NHL- all-stars to gain knowledge on how to get the best information from the best. The author also provides more drills which are good so I have more knowledge and can change the drills up so the players don’t get bored.
joedimagiovideos. YouTube, YouTube, 22 July 2013, www.youtube.com/watch?v=9g3rhv32Sms. The source is a short video about drills. The video provides me with more drills that I can possibly conduct at my practice sessions. The videos also provide me with visual examples of the drills which helps me learn them better because the rest of the drills are on paper but actually seeing the drills in live action helps me run the drills better. One valuable drill that will take away from this source is the shot+ corner attack and the drill involves pushing toward the puck and the goalie making the save then turns back and then push back to the post. The drill would be perfect for one of the goalies who need to work on positioning
“Hockey Made Easy .” Wildcats Hockey.org, wildcathockey.org/documents/managers/8 Early Season Tips for Youth Hockey Coaches, Parents and Players.pdf. The source is an article about giving helpful tips to first time coaches, the article stated that coaches should have the practices planned out ahead of time even months of head of the practices so that the practices are organized and challenging and if something needs to be tweaked then you can always change what you have planned, I will make a schedule of the practices and drills that we will conduct and alter them if needed to be. The article stated that I was the leader should always have a positive attitude because not all players respond well to negativity
“How to Run an Effective Minor Hockey Practice.” Tim Turk Hockey, 17 Jan. 2018, www.timturkhockey.com/run-effective-minor-hockey-practice/. the article was written by a good respect Hockey coach Named Tim Turk, Tim made the point that the most important job of a hockey coach is too teach the players to make sure that there learning new skills and that they are safe in learning to mean that they should feel comfortable in the environment. I should guide the players I am training and making sure that strengthen their abilities. The coach should notice what good skills a player has and the skills that they need to improve on. The main focus is noticing what certain skills players are swelled at and skills that they need to improve and then collaborating with them how to improve.
Niclos , Stefan, and Elsi Rassi . “Goalie Coach Training .” Hockey Eastern , www.hockeyeasternontario.ca/docs/HEO_Goalie_Coaching_Training.pdf. The source provides me with general information on how to make sure that the goalie's equipment is safe. When I train the goalie’s I should always make sure that the helmet that they are using is certified because the head is the most dangerous area and in order to make sure the players ate safely. The source also provides information on how I should evaluate the Goalies. My goals should be (smart) specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and measurable. The coach needs to provide direction before so that all the players remain focused.
“SCOREBOARD.” Team Canada Alumna and 2010 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee Angela James to Be Honoured at 2010 4 Nations Cup, www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/news/2007-gn-066-en. The source was written by hockey Canada the governing body of hockey for the country of Canada, They provided me with a list of drills to work with kids who are at the beginner level of playing goalie. We work with a kid who just started playing so these drills provide would be perfect for that kid. The article suggests that the average travel distance when doing drills should be three to four feet. The goalie should have the right mechanics and then everything else will continue after that
“Hockey Goalie Training for Flexibility.” Kevin Neeld, 25 Nov. 2009, www.kevinneeld.com/hockey-goalie-training-for-flexibility/. The source was written to educate players on stretches they can use to improve their hip flexibility and this will make the player to a better player because they can make more athletic saves and also will help prevent injury. I will suggest these to the players that I help train so they can prevent injury. The players will be expected to do these off the ice or at home so that they don’t waste valuable ice time.
“Off-Ice Hockey Workouts and Exercises.” Ice Hockey Systems Inc., 23 July 2017, www.icehockeysystems.com/off-ice-exercises. The source provides me with workouts that I can suggest to my players. The Glute bridge would be a great excuse To work the Glute muscle because that is a muscle that hockey players comply injure. Provides work out plans for every type of player, the workouts are not mandatory but are highly suggested for the players to stay in shape expected if they're not going to skate or miss practice. The source was written by a trainer.