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The NYT2017 will be holding a series of tryout sessions for selection of the team. All players wishing to be considered must complete the application paperwork and return it to the head coach – Steve Laforet no later than CoB October 1 via his email firstname.lastname@example.org Application paperwork can be download via 2017-nyt-tryout-information-letter-002
-By Scott Dutertre, IHA Skills Coach- We have all heard the phrase “walk and chew gum at the same time”. Simple enough to do. But if we translate this to hockey we have a hard time shooting a puck and skating at the same time. I equate shooting on the move to being a musician. … Read more »
After Markus Frankenberger decided to step down as the coach of the Junior team, IHA’s National Coaching Director – Mark Stephenson began the task of identifying a replacement. Mark contacted every accredited Level 2 Coach, plus those with National, State or International experience to invite them to submit an application. This was our most open… Read more »
Due to my coaching duties in the AIHL for the past few years, I have not had the opportunity to attend a Ginsberg tournament for some time. So, I was thrilled to be able to attend this past weekend and see first hand how our pee wee aged players were tracking from a development perspective…. Read more »
This invitation is open to all female ice hockey players who are Australian citizens 15 years of age and over. In preparation for the 2017 World Championship Campaign the NWT coaching staff are seeking expressions of interest from players wishing to join the training and development program in the lead up to the Elite Performance… Read more »
By Scott Dutertre, IHA Skills Coach A common question I get from minor hockey coaches is “How do I get players to take full strides?” When players first learn to skate, they have a tendency to take short, quick strides to maintain balance. The frequency gets them down the ice, but makes the player inefficient. … Read more »