DO YOU WANT TO PLAY HOCKEY OR BECOME A HOCKEY PLAYER, “AS MOST ANYONE CAN PLAY BUT NOT ALL BECOME...?”

  • Strength
  • Body movement to create illusions
  • Support by not simply following the puck
  • Checking (chest/glove mode)
  • Reach
  • Vision
  • New concepts required by the new hockey regulations, rules.
  • Fore checking – modern methods
  • Neutral zone options
  • Defensive zone coverage and exchanging of roles
  • Ice surface awareness
  • Bench management – player observation, communication, refocus.
  • Time management – knowledge of score, time and period
  • Line changing
  • Decisions
  • Turnovers – Ten foot blue line rule is now obsolete
  • Inside or outside the box puck movement
  • Passing lanes
  • Seams
  • Shooting avenues and getting the puck to areas around the net
  • Face-offs
  • Neutral zone transition play
  • Puck ready, and what this is
  • Emotional control
  • Patience
  • Positions
  • Penalty Kill – modern concept
  • Power Play – movement & positional comprehension
  • Off the RUSH
  • The NHL performance factor requirements
  • And more...

HOCKEY INSTRUCTION
THE PARIS WAY

 

The difference with the “Paris Way” is in the presentation of the teaching concepts. Instead of the usual power skating, systems, skills application that you find with the majority of hockey clinics, schools, etc., Coach Paris applies the emphasis upon detail, game break down, and areas of need to enhance your play.  Stick/body/skate positioning both at or away from the puck, puck position dictation, ice surface awareness before you start to play, and puck movement concepts which makes the game suddenly easier to comprehend for your hockey player.  Details of communication where keys are in the forefront. For example: vision direction, the importance of emulation and how to make this your secret weapon. 

Body contact techniques, angling combined with time and space becomes a simple application of action, as eating apple pie with ice cream. Line changing comprehension which is so important in today’s hockey world, complete with why successful NHL teams are so competent within this aspect instead of hearing the everyday “change” or off a dump in deep

These are just a few of the areas addressed by the “ Paris Way.”  Learn the secrets that the majority of top NHL coaches apply in their training.

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Are they formed or just simply “falling upon a lucky star” – being in the right place at the right time. 

How to avoid the over detail game preparation burn out for your players, which suddenly becomes your demise as a coach, what is your time frame expectation and how to prolong it? 

For aspiring or minor hockey coaches, understand the respect factor within your desired trade when dealing with your peers, add to this much more