Photo Credit: Kevin Sousa Photography
With all of us doing our part in social distancing and isolation we are looking for new ways to make the most of our days.
As the weather gets warmer it means we can spend even more time outside working on our skills. Everyone has a unique setup and this allows for players to get creative in finding new ways to work on their skills. We've included some examples below of how players are using this time to stay sharp away from the rink.
Those looking for a more structured skill development program can check out the OMHA Players Club presented by HockeyShot. It features three different challenges, all aimed at improving different areas of your game.
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