Develop Quick Hands with the X-Passer Puck Rebounder

The X-Passer is a puck rebounder—you pass the puck into it, and it will pass the puck back to you. This is a very easy product to create (usually just a big elastic band and something to hold it), but some of these work better than others. In this review we will take an in depth look at the X-Passer, which lets you practicing passing by yourself, on or off the ice. For more details, read the full review here.

Build Muscle with Complete Shot Stick Weights

Complete Shot is a weight designed to fit onto the shaft of a hockey stick. The purpose of this device is to provide added resistance to your hockey stick while you practice stickhandling and shooting. This added weight will build all the muscles involved with shooting and stickhandling. If you train with the Complete Shot weight on the stick for a while, then once you take it off you should be able to shoot harder and stickhandle faster. Read more

Get a Leg Up with the Attack Triangle

The Attack Triangle is a hockey training aid that will help you become more creative and develop new moves. A lot of hockey players will practice stickhandling at home and on the ice, we usually set up a line of pucks or pylons to stickhandle around. The Attack Triangle provides a more game like obstacle. Read the full review here.

Turn Your Shot into a Rocket with a Speed Measuring Device

Most coaches, parents and players will agree that an accurate shot is very important. But if your shot is slow, the goalie will rob you every time! If you want to be a great all-around hockey player, then you need good aim and a powerful shot. Read more

Practice Heads-Up Stickhandling with Video-Game Like QuickStickz

The best way to improve is a skill is with repetition—person has to repeat a motion about 10,000 times before he or she can do it automatically. As a hockey player, it is very important to be able to move the puck quickly, and that comes with repetitive practice. A good way to motivate hockey players to practice is to provide a fun training atmosphere, and that is exactly what the QuickStickz does. With a video-game like atmosphere, the QuickStickz provides a camera that connects to your stick, a website and drills to help you perfect quick puck movement, moving the puck around the body, and pulling the puck in towards their body. Since hockey players must look at the screen to complete the drills, the system also encourages heads-up (safe) hockey. Read more

Build Muscle Memory with Halo

The Halo is a stickhandling and shooting training aid for hockey players. The idea behind the device is to train newcomers to the game of hockey. The problem a lot of new players have is using their muscles properly. Most hockey players who just start have trouble stickhandling and shooting. The Halo was made to only work if proper technique is used. The purpose of the Halo is to train build your muscle memory to perform the proper actions that are required for shooting in hockey. In order to raise a ball while using the Halo you will have to cup it, and then perform the “wrist flick” that also helps elevate a hockey puck. Click here to read the full review and see it in action.

Master Passing with the PassMaster

The idea of the PassMaster is simple. You pass a puck into it and the puck will be passed back. To use it off-ice, you either need a hockey shooting board to provide a smooth surface for a regular hockey puck to slide on or a Green Biscuit to use on a rough surface. After the PassMaster is assembled, there is no setup time. Just put it in place and you can start passing. But can a metal triangle, three posts and a rubber band really help with all your passing needs, including short and long passes plus hard passes and one-timers? Click here to find out.

SweetHands Stickhandling Trainer Review

SweetHands is a product designed to help players develop and improve their puck handling skills. A common drill that hockey players perform is setting up a line of hockey pucks about a foot apart, and then stick handling through them. The problem is that most players spend more time setting up the pucks—or fetching them after they hit them—rather than stickhandling around them. The SweetHands is basically a souped up line of hockey pucks! Read more

G1 Extreme Slideboard

The G1 Extreme Slideboard is ideal for younger hockey players with big imaginations. A player can practice as many fundamental skills as he or she can think up, including working on stride length and practicing stops, starts, quick movements, toe drags, passing and more. The included rotating discs and booties offer various options for practicing moves and the large size offers plenty of space. Read the full review here. Read more

Powerslide Hockey Slideboard Review

Can’t afford your own hockey rink, real or fake? Improve your skating with a slideboard like the Powerslide. Wearing low-friction booties, you push off from one stopper and slide across the slick board to the other stopper, going back and forth to replicate a hockey stride. But does it feel like skating? Do you really get a workout? And more importantly, does it make you better at hockey? Read the full review here.

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