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Mike Johnston on Building A Winning Team And How Parents Can Help

Mike Johnston on Building A Winning Team And How Parents Can Help

When the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks’ owner, Bill Gallacher, wanted to revamp the Hawks’ hockey operations in 2008, he turned to Mike Johnston — a sought-after coach who knows there’s a lot more to hockey than what goes on after the puck drops. With nearly 10 years of NHL experience, Johnston has an impressive track record [...]

October 17, 2014 Christi Judson Inside Edge, Pro 0

Orderly Chaos — The best scheduling apps, organizers and tips for busy hockey families

Orderly Chaos — The best scheduling apps, organizers and tips for busy hockey families

Without an organized schedule, the hockey season can pass like a hurricane and leave your family feeling chaotic, stressed and unable to relish the experience of participating in one of North America’s favourite pastimes. However, by following a few simple tips and making use of one or two of the many great organizational tools available today, [...]

October 10, 2014 Karyn Beacock On The Fly, The Clock 0

Show Me The Money! 5 ways to save on hockey equipment

Show Me The Money! 5 ways to save on hockey equipment

With the hockey season underway, parents across the country are feeling the strain on their wallets. Let’s face it — minor hockey is an expensive game. You’ve got your enrolment fee to pay, protective gear to purchase, skates and other equipment to buy — the costs tally up, fast. Fortunately, there are several ways to [...]

October 6, 2014 Kristyl Clark — Lifestyle Writer On The Fly, Rink Rats 2

9 Ways Parents Can Help Alleviate Hockey Tryout Stress

9 Ways Parents Can Help Alleviate Hockey Tryout Stress

For many minor hockey players — and their parents, too — the hockey tryout process can be both exciting and unnerving. When players are working hard to make a top team, the added pressure to play their best can often lead to jitters and, worse, self-doubt — a combination that ironically leads to underperformance. Add [...]

October 3, 2014 Kristyl Clark — Lifestyle Writer Inside Edge, Pro 0

Game Ready — Understanding motivation and the relationship between player mindset and ability

Game Ready — Understanding motivation and the relationship between player mindset and ability

Another hockey season is upon us, and I’m sure parents and players have entered it with feelings of both excitement and anxiousness. As a strength and conditioning coach who is dedicated to developing young athletes for long-term success, I’m often asked by parents about the best ways to prepare and motivate young hockey players for [...]

October 1, 2014 Mike Pickles, CPT, D.FHP — Founder, MyAthletic Performance Inside Edge, Pro 0

Losing the Bubble-Wrap: What I learned from failure

Losing the Bubble-Wrap: What I learned from failure

Are young athletes today too over-protected? Sometimes failing, making mistakes and playing on a second-string team can be the best thing for them. [...]

September 18, 2014 Tyler Childs Uncategorized 0