As a parent of a youth hockey player, do you find yourself asking these questions?
My child is a terrific skater but why is his/her shot so weak?
My child has many opportunities to score, why does he/she not score more goals?
My child’s shot is very hard but why can he/she not hit the open net?
Why is my child good at only one type of shooting?
Everyone can learn to have a great shot
Some players are born good skaters, others are born with great size and strength, and some are born with a natural scoring sense. But, the simple fact is every player can learn to shoot the puck. Shooting is a learned skill in which a player can program their body to properly shoot the puck with velocity and accuracy.
Does the players level matter?
Whether your child is a AAA player looking for ways to separate themselves from the competition or a A or AA player looking to improve their skills, I can tailor fit a shooting program to correspond to his/her skill level and learning speed.