M2 Hockey – Beginner Station Training Manual

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.

Not only are we giving you the entire program for free, but we’re still including three extra bonuses:

  1. 2 Bonus-Weeks
  2. 3 Full-Ice Warm-up Drills
  3. Bonus Station Set

In the download, you’ll receive a total of over 60 unique drills.

Download the M2 Hockey Beginner Station Manual (.zip)

Alternate Download Link – M2 Hockey Beginner Station Manual (.zip)

Oh, and don’t worry if you’ve recently purchased the manual – your card hasn’t been charged.  We’ve had this in the plans for a while, so we haven’t been charging recent orders.

10 Replies to “M2 Hockey – Beginner Station Training Manual”

  1. I want to commend you for the time and effort you put into helping children, young people, parents and coaches. Your giving is what makes this world a better place. You validate by example a few things many coaches attempt to teach their players. “It is amazing how much can be accomplished if no one cares who gets the credit; The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team; Do not let you life be acceptable, make it memorable; What you are as a person is far more important than what you are as a hockey player.”
    Thank you for loving your neighbor as yourself and living a life that is memorable as it touches many others.
    Mike Chalmers

  2. Winzip isn’t free anymore these days and I can’t view this document either, I’ll be coaching squirts with no prior hockey coaching experience, it would be nice to check this out.

  3. Kevin,

    Thank you so much for the alternate download! It worked great!! The station manual is great! Thank you so much for puuting it together. Keep up the great work. You are an asset to the hockey world!!


    Coach Tom

  4. @Coach Jesse – every modern operating system should be able to unzip .zip files by default. On windows, since windows XP (maybe earlier) you can right-click on the zip files and choose “Expand”. You shouldn’t need any special software to unzip the files. Hope this helps.

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