How To Choose The Right Puck For The Best Shot Range

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on July 2nd, 2013 | Comments Off

The right puck for shooting a god range depends on your age, experience, and skill level. There are lighter pucks that can be used for beginners and younger players. Lighter pucks are easier to shoot with velocity from a greater distance away from the net. It’s best for younger players and beginners to start with lighter pucks so that they don’t become frustrated early. Hockey is a tough game to learn to play well. A good slap shot takes a lot

Getting The Most Out Of The Off Season Practice

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on May 13th, 2013 | Comments Off

If you are a hockey player, you know how important it is to keep your game and skills at their best at all times. If you ever find yourself getting out of shape and getting rusty, your game could seriously suffer when the season starts up again. Therefore, it’s important to use the off-season to your advantage so that you can hit the rink at your best in the future.

First of all, make sure that you don’t slack off on your off-season practices. Although the off-season might seem like a good time to relax, it’s important to take all

Choosing The Right Coach For Your Teams Best Performance

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on March 21st, 2013 | Comments Off

Hockey players and teams that are interested in reaching their full potential would be wise to find the best available coach to assist them in their practice, development and ensure they are able to provide their best game in competitions. Coaches that understand the sport, are able to work with players to develop their individual skills and foster an environment that makes teamwork a bigger part of the game can make a huge difference. Finding the right professional to work with your team could be the single greatest way to invest in the future of your efforts.

Where The Pros Turn To For Their Advice

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on January 20th, 2012 | Comments Off

Many professional individuals seem to lead very smooth lives and appear to have everything under control in their lives. The thing that many people do not understand is that even professionals need to seek advice from someone at some point in their lives. Some of the most common people that professionals look to for advice are their parents or their spouses/significant others. Often times when a professional asks the people that they are closest to for advice, they are able to receive that

Keeping Up With Hockey

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on January 13th, 2012 | Comments Off

So you’re a die-hard hockey fan, born and raised. You love everything about hockey including the bone-splintering checks, blindingly fast slap shots, the way the players seem to glide across the ice and the brutal brawls that can often erupt in the heat of the moment. You are a hockey fan, but how do you get your regular fix of all things hockey?

Let’s face it – hockey isn’t nearly as widely recognized as baseball or football and it can often times be difficult finding coverage of your beloved sport. Luckily, we here at Hockey Gone Wild have created a short list of ways you can keep up with this incredible sport:

1.) The Internet – obviously you have more options open to you than your grandparents and you can simply look up the information you need.

2.) Television – while not always the most reliable, you should always check your local tv listings and become familiar with your television provider; they may have a plan or an offer regarding this sport.

3.) Newspaper – keep an eye on the sports page and find out about other publications that cover the icy sport.

And that’s just a small list of the things you can do to keep up with your favorite sport.

How To Get A Long Distance Game Going

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on January 8th, 2012 | Comments Off

If you want to learn how to get a great game of hockey. Going from a long distance, just consider the power of the Internet what can provide you. Nothing is better than being able to go on the net and look at the profiles of different NHL players that are playing the game long-distance as well. If you want to get along this game yourself going for hockey, you might consider playing an NHL video game that helps you reminisce on rival match ups between different

The Gear Which The Pros Wear in Order To Stay Safe

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on December 26th, 2011 | Comments Off

The gear that the pros wear is used to keep them safe. Hockey is a rough sport and the players need to be protected from all of the tough contact they take from other players and the walls.

The first and most important part of the body that a hockey player should protect is the head and the face. The helmets the players wear has to fit snugly and leave little horizontal or vertical movement. The helmets protect the players from suffering a concussion. The chin guard should be used

Where To Choose Your New Hockey Helmet And Pads

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on December 13th, 2011 | Comments Off

For those who play hockey, no matter what level you play at, no matter what age, and no matter what kind of protection and gear you are looking to buy, knowing where to buy that gear is the most important thing to know when you are choosing it. You have to know not only that you are getting the best in protection, especially in such a brutal and dangerous sport, but you also want to know that you are getting the best prices, when you are choosing from the best brand names, and the best protective gear that is available for those who do play the game of hockey. Knowing where to go, knowing where to buy, and knowing where to save is essential when you are making the purchase on this gear, especially as it is much more expensive than in other sports that you would be playing instead.

So, whether you need a new helmet, knee padsd, and additional padding to play, or whether you are just looking to buy a new stick and a couple of pucks, you have to know where to turn to, in order to make the purchase, and to find the savings when you do so. You will also know that you are getting the best quality and the best made equipment when you turn to the right retailer to make the purchase. So, as a hockey player, you have to know where to buy, when you want to find the best in protective gear, and when you want to stay safe, yet still look as stylish as possible when you are on the ice. So, knowing where to buy, and what to buy, is just as important as the brand names and styles that you do choose to buy for your gear.

The Best Hockey New And Information Blog Sites

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on August 31st, 2011 | Comments Off

When we want news and information about hockey, we never think of going to someone-s blog to hear the top stories. Here are some blog sites worth checking out.

If you like hockey and other sports, try out Kevan Barlow’s Sports News and Synergy of Sports. The WordPress Blogs cover hockey and other sports, whether college, major, or minor league.

If you prefer not sifting through the entire blog to find hockey news, check out Sean Leahy’s Going Five Hole and Hockey Plumber (made

Where To Buy Your Hockey Gear For Less Money

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on August 30th, 2011 | Comments Off

Hockey gear can get expensive, especially when a player gets older, the gear prices seem to rise with their age. And when it comes to goalie equipment, that can literally cost a fortune. There are ways however to buy hockey gear for and goalie gear for affordable prices.

Hockey is a sport where players and families build relationships with people in their community for years. Knowing a family who has multiple kids or bigger kids that grow out of their gear are a great way to land used gear that will still work. Used hockey



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