For some players, Evaluations are a nerve-wracking experience. There is pressure to perform well in a short amount of time to prove yourself to the coaches. By preparing and maintaining a good attitude, you can show the coaches what an ideal fit you make to a successful team.
Coming into evaluations well rested, ready to perform and to work hard will help you get ready off the ice. When you hit the ice, that is when the real test begins. Coaches have different ideas of what they are looking for in their team but keeping these tips in mind can help earn your spot on the roster.
This is the first article in a series that will include the perspective on how parents and players can prepare for evaluations. Here is our list of eight things coaches look for at evaluations: