The march to bring you new features with the Stat Tracking functionality continues. This time around, we’re excited to announce the ability to add and distribute notes on game tape to your team!
This week’s video shows the Defensive Transitions drill. This drill is a quick power skating drill done on a face-off circle, and is used to develop agility, mobility, and transition power in your skaters. It’s an especially good drill for defensemen to master.
Here’s a quick video with a unique approach to developing stick strength in hockey players. The use of a ringette ring forces players to apply downward pressure on their stick while in traffic. This element is essential in tight situations in front of the net and in the corners.
In this week’s video, we take a look at one of my favorite skating drills – The Star Drill. The Star Drill is a great, quick exercise to work on lateral mobility, stops & starts, and foot speed. It also has the benefit of being a great conditioning drill.
With most teams being in full-swing now, we’ve been received a lot of great feedback on our Team Stat Tracking feature. We’ve also received a lot of feature requests. Today, we’re excited to announce the ability to quickly remove multiple practices from your team’s site.
We’re back with a video this week breaking down another essential skating aspect of the game. This week’s video focuses on the forward stride. Becoming an efficient skater with proper technique is essential to being the fastest skater you can become.
Last week I posted the M2 Hockey Beginner Station Training Manual for free download. One of the primary concepts behind running stations is to ensure you have a large number of kids moving, as opposed to standing around in line.
If you’re one of the hundreds of people who uses HockeyShare to track your team stats, and also happen to be one of the millions of Google Calendar users, you’ll be excited to hear about our new feature allowing you to subscribe to your team’s schedule directly in Google Calendar.
HockeyShare & M2 Hockey are excited to offer you the free download of M2 Hockey’s Beginner Station Manual. The manual is aimed at running effective practices for beginning level skaters. The entire program utilizes stations to maximize the involvement of each player on the ice. It is designed to be a 10-week program, and comes complete with drill diagrams and explanations.