One of the biggest challenges that coaches face can be finding the time to create engaging, age-appropriate drills for their practices. For a role that already dedicates hundreds of volunteer hours, coaches deserve a tool that helps guide them to drills that are proven to keep their players active and moving to get the most out of practice time.
Coaches looking for new drills, skills, videos and practice plans ahead of the upcoming season can check out the Hockey Canada Network on their tablet or phone. Each of the over 1,400 drills on the Network includes a diagram, demonstration video, key teaching points and a Team Canada game clip showing the skill in a game situation that can be added to a custom Training Plan. The Hockey Canada Network also has over 3,200 articles on everything from coaching tips to nutrition and more than 300 pre-made practice plans.
As a bonus, those who already have an account can use the discount code HCCERT2019 and save 50% on their renewal for the season!
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With the Hockey Canada Network subscription you can share any content on the Network with individuals who have a free account. Anything you share will be available to these individuals for 14 days. If the content is downloaded within these 14 days, it will remain on their device. This is a great way to share Training Plans with your players ahead of an on-ice session. Simply encourage your players to download the Hockey Canada Network today and register for a free account!
The Hockey Canada Network gives coaches and players the tools to succeed with drills, skills, videos, practice plans and articles on your tablet or phone. There are over 300 videos to help players develop their skills, covering hockey fundamentals for all ages.
Skating and agility, stickhandling and shooting—no player is too advanced or too old to work on hockey basics. The Hockey Canada Network offers a library of videos and articles to help players properly develop and improve their skills on and off the ice.