101 Youth Hockey Drills

Author: Stuart Dempster

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 144

View: 599

Designed specifically for young players, this manual contains a wide range of progressive practice drills to help players develop. Fun, educational and challenging, all the drills are illustrated and cover the essential technical skills, including warming up, stick and ball work, skills and tactics, team work and decision making under fatigue. As well as easy-to-follow instructions, each drill contains information on the equipment needed, the space required, how to construct a safe and effective training session and how to organise the players.

Coaching Youth Hockey

Author: American Sport Education Program

Publisher: Human Kinetics 1

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 199

View: 990

Tactics and skills, communicating as a coach, and providing for players' safety are some of the subjects for beginning and less experienced coaches of hockey players ages 8-14. 57 photos.

Youth Ice Hockey Drills, Plays, and Games Handbook

Author: Bob Swope

Publisher: Bob Swope, Jacobob Press

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 139

View: 407

A practical handbook for youth ice hockey coaches, this edition focuses on 155 drills, plays, and game variations, each complete with an illustrated diagram and an explanation of how it works.

Youth Hockey for Parents and Players

Author: Gerald A. Walford

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 180

View: 790

Complete handbook for coaches and young players to one of the most popular winter sports. Includes tips for teaching skills, drills for practice on-and-off the ice, and a glossary of pertinent hockey terms.

The Baffled Parent's Guide to Coaching Youth Hockey

Author: Bruce Driver

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Nature

Page: 240

View: 126

"This is a great book that touches on the most important parts of the game: sportsmanship, discipline, and most importantly, fun.—Larry Robinson, member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, six-time Stanley Cup Champion Coach. You thought you were just going to sign up your child for the youth league, but when no one else stepped forward, you volunteered to coach the team. But you can't tell a flip pass from a slap shot or an angle check from a hip check! Don't panic—Coaching Youth Hockey is here to help. From your first team meeting to the season-ending pizza party, Coaching Youth Hockey will get you started and keep you going. You'll learn how to teach the fundamental skills of passing, stickhandling, shooting, and checking. You'll even learn to develop your own coaching style—one that works best for you and your players. Before you know it, you'll be coaching players who are moving, motivated, and most of all, having fun. Survive your first practice and first game Match drills to ability Make practices safe, fun, and rewarding Improve your players and your team Reach all your players Be the coach you never had "A must-read book that provides guidelines for both parents and coaches in their relationships with young athletes."—Lou Lamoriello, CEO, president, and general manager, New Jersey Devils "Just what hockey needs! Everything you may encounter with young players can be answered in the pages of this extremely well-written book."—Tom McVie, forty-nine years in pro hockey as a player, coach, and scout "I was totally confused about instructing my sons when they played hockey. This book would have prevented me from ever having been baffled."—Stan Fischler, "The Hockey Maven," NHL analyst for MSG SportsDesk, and author of Fischler's Illustrated History of Hockey "Bruce Driver's success as a player came from being a student of the game. He has applied his knowledge of hockey to this coaching guide in an extremely thorough way. A must-read for all youth coaches."—Grant Standbrook, head recruiter and assistant coach, Maine Black Bears; former head coach, Dartmouth College Bruce Driver played for the New Jersey Devils for eleven seasons, winning the Stanley Cup in 1995. He spent his last three years in the NHL with the New York Rangers. He has coached high school and youth hockey since 1999. Clare Wharton

The History of Hockey

Author: Diana Star Helmer

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 632

Discusses the history of ice hockey in Canada and the United States from the 1800s to today, including its popularity, leagues, and notable players.

Hockey! Hockey!

Author: Ashley Logan Brennan

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 30

View: 310

This is youth hockey where dreams of future glory are born. Hockey, Hockey! introduces young readers to this wonderful game on ice. The book s lyrical words and colorful, vibrant, real-life illustrations capture the environment of the rink, complete with local logos, while also highlighting a young player s dedication and excitement playing the game.The author, Ashley Brennan, with her heartfelt rhyming verse, and the illustrator, Elaine Felos Ostrander, with her bold portraits of skaters in action, both portray the youth hockey scene from firsthand knowledge, because each of them is a parent or grandparent of current youth hockey players. They ve witnessed the infectious spread of hockey fever!

Youth Field Hockey Drills, Strategies, Plays and Games Handbook

Author: Bob Swope

Publisher: Bob Swope, Jacobob Press

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 144

View: 280

A practical handbook for youth Field Hockey coaches, this edition contains a total of 217 drills, techniques, plays, and games, complete with illustrated diagrams and a short explanation of how each one works. All are numbered for easy reference between coaches.

Safety in Ice Hockey

Author: Alan B. Ashare

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 313

View: 698

Traumatic Brain Injury in Sports

Author: Mark Lovell

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 520

View: 563

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) in sports has become an important international public health issue over the past two decades. However, until recently, return to play decisions following a sports-related traumatic brain injury have been based on anecdotal evidence and have not been based on scientifically validated clinical protocols. Over the past decade, the field of Neuropsychology has become an increasingly important component of the return to play decision making process following TBI. Neuropsychological assessment instruments are increasingly being adapted for use with athletes throughout the world and the field of sports neuropsychology appears to be a rapidly evolving subspecialty. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the application of neuropsychological assessment instruments in sports, and it is structured to present a global perspective on contemporary research. In addition to a review of current research, Traumatic Brain Injury in Sports: An International Neuropsychological Perspective, presents a thorough review of current clinical models that are being implemented internationally within American and Australian rules football, soccer, boxing, ice hockey, rugby and equestrian sports.

Coaching Hockey For Dummies

Author: Don MacAdam

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 384

View: 197

The fun and easy way to coach youth hockey – no experience required! Hockey is growing in leaps and bounds around the world, but the demand for qualified coaches far outstrips availability. Moms and dads are being recruited to step in and assume the role of coach even with nothing more than feigned interest for credentials. Coaching Hockey For Dummies is ideally suited to meet these growing needs: its message is clear, the information thorough and user friendly, and it brings along a great attitude. For anyone new to coaching, Coaching Hockey For Dummies will provide an invaluable reference. Unlike other coaching books, which only cover what happens on the ice, Coaching Hockey For Dummies covers every aspect of hockey coaching, from what equipment a coach needs, to holding player-parent meetings, to the perfect drills to develop individual and team skills.

A Hockey Road Well Traveled

Memoirs of a Master Coach

Author: Martin G Kavanaugh

Publisher: Author House

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 216

View: 697

A Hockey Road Well Traveled tells of a Midwest boy from a basketball State, who fell in love with the game of hockey that was traditionally reserved for those from the North. A Hockey Road takes you on a youths journey from skating on ponds as a child to a young adult starving to see NHL games, and his many trips to see his beloved Boston Bruins, some who have been honored in this book by chapter numbers with their corresponding jersey number. A Hockey Road takes you through 16 years of youth hockey with the author's two sons from the beginning of house league, to the National Finals of PeeWee hockey, through High School and the Junior A leagues and decisions made along the way. Its about a coaches two sons and their teammates who strove to be the best, their roads traveled, and the highs and lows along the way. A Hockey Road takes you inside the Board Of Directors of youth leagues. It tells of a dads journey from becoming a Master Coach, meeting USA Olympic coaches, to buying a Pro Shop, to coaching sixteen seasons, and finally sitting back and watching the accolades bestowed on his boys as they aged and improved their hockey skills. Read about the life learning and educational experiences on hockey's road that takes the reader on hockey trips to Canada, The White House, The Gulf War, NASA Space Museums, and even Glasnost and Perestroika in Eastern Europe. Ride along as Hockey Road takes you from the Midwest to a hundred cities in search of competition and becoming the best. And how a boy from Indiana can make it in professional hockey.

Safety in Ice Hockey

Author: David J. Pearsall

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN:

Category: Electronic book

Page: 300

View: 521

"This publication, Safety in Ice Hockey: Fourth Volume, contains a collection of research papers presented at the Fourth Symposium on Ice Hockey held 5-6 May 2002 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the standards development meetings of Committee F08. This symposium was the fourth in a series: the first being held in 1987 in Montreal, the second in 1992 in Pittsburgh, and the third in 1997 in St. Louis. The objective of the symposium and corresponding publications has been to review the current state-of-the-art and science of ice hockey injury prevention."

Dartmouth College Hockey

Northern Ice

Author: David Shribman

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 128

View: 639

In 1905, facing capricious weather on a primitive outdoor rink, Dartmouth’s first hockey team took to the ice. In 1974, two years after coeducation came to the Hanover campus, Dartmouth women—fired with more competitive spirit than actual hockey experience commandeered the used equipment of their male counterparts and intramural skaters and became one of the college’s most successful athletic teams. Dartmouth College Hockey: Northern Ice portrays two programs that have followed parallel paths to distinction in intercollegiate hockey. Rupert Thompson Arena, one of the nation’s premier collegiate ice facilities, is home to the men and women of Dartmouth who have won numerous championships and earned All-American and Olympic acclaim, contributing to Dartmouth’s rich tradition of athletic achievement.

Hockey For Dummies

Author: John Davidson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 384

View: 546

"Gives die-hard fans and newcomers to the sport the inside edge!" —Scotty Bowman, NHL's winningest coach and former coach of the Detroit Red Wings "Nothing gets by John Davidson. If the first edition didn’t already make you a fan, then this edition will!" —Mark Messier, NHL All-Star "My dog, Blue, and I ran out to get Hockey For Dummies, 2nd Edition. We give it two paws up!" —Don Cherry, former NHL coach and “Coaches Corner” commentator for Hockey Night in Canada "...a must read for all hockey fans!" —John Vanbiesbrouck, former goaltender, New York Islanders "...the most comprehensive, easily understood source of hockey history and instruction I've ever come across. Not only was 'JD' a superb player in the NHL, he is also an extremely skilled commentator sharing his knowledge of the game with fans all over North America. From hat tricks to power plays, Hockey For Dummies provides the reader with the wisdom of an expert. —From the Foreword by Wayne Gretzky This updated edition of the bestselling guide to all things hockey is packed with illustrations and play-by-play descriptions, diagrams, and photos of the NHL’s greatest players. It tells you how to: Gear up safely with the right equipment Improve your skills with drills Warm up mentally—and physically—before hitting the ice Respect rules and good sportsmanship Find US and Canadian leagues and camps Former New York Ranger, John Davidson offers you plays only the pros know and tips for playing hockey at any level. And he fills you in on: Hockey ABCs, its origins, positions, gear, rules, and more The complete NHL—explores the various leagues, greatest players, training, and tons of fascinating facts, figures, and priceless trivia The best ways to follow the game from the stands or on TV How the pros do it—includes tips from Gretzky on passing, Messier on winning face-offs, and other star players on how to play like a pro From youth leagues to the secrets of the NHL greats, Hockey For Dummies, is your total guide to this cool sport.