The fun and easy way to coach youth hockey - no experiencerequired! Hockey is growing in leaps and bounds around the world, but thedemand for qualified coaches far outstrips availability. Moms anddads are being recruited to step in and assume the role of coacheven with nothing more than feigned interest for credentials.Coaching Hockey For Dummies is ideally suited to meet thesegrowing needs: its message is clear, the information thorough anduser friendly, and it brings along a great attitude. For anyone new to coaching, Coaching Hockey For Dummieswill provide an invaluable reference. Unlike other coaching books,which only cover what happens on the ice, Coaching Hockey ForDummies covers every aspect of hockey coaching, from whatequipment a coach needs, to holding player-parent meetings, to theperfect drills to develop individual and team skills.
Join Puckster and his teammates for two exciting new hockey adventures in Puckster's First Hockey Tournament and Puckster's New Hockey Teammate. Puckster is Hockey Canada's lovable mascot and this polar bear knows everything to know about hockey. His books are perfect entertainment for young hockey fans.
Charlotte is considered the birthplace of professional hockey in the South. The city of Charlotte, home of the Checkers (originally known as the Clippers), is the greatest Southern town in the history of professional hockey, winning the most play-off championships: three Eastern Hockey League titles, two Southern Hockey League titles, and one East Coast Hockey League title. Several Charlotte players and coaches starred in the National Hockey League--including Walter 'Turk' Broda, John Brophy, Fred Creighton, Bill 'Cowboy' Flett, Mike Hartman, Pat Kelly, Jackie Leclair, and John Muckler.
Springfield has a dynamic hockey history that dates back 80 years, beginning with the Springfield Indians. One of the first professional hockey teams in the United States, the Indians were an inaugural member of the Canadian-American Hockey League. The Indians helped form the American Hockey League, where Springfield won seven Calder Cups, including a record three in a row from 1960 through 1962. Major-league hockey followed in the mid-1970s, when the New England Whalers came to town. Today, the Springfield Falcons carry on the city,s great hockey legacy. Several hall of famers have skated for Springfield-based teams over the years, including Gordie Howe, Brian Kilrea, Chuck Rayner, Earl Seibert, Eddie Shore, Billy Smith, and Lorne ,Gump, Worsley. Hockey in Springfield is the story of the teams, players, and coaches who make up one of the richest hockey traditions in all of North America.
Muskegon is a hockey town. For 46 straight years it has been a proud member of three distinguished leagues: the International Hockey League, the Colonial Hockey League, and now, the United Hockey League. And back in the late 1930s and early 1940s, Muskegon was part of the Michigan Ontario Hockey League. Muskegons Hockey fans have enjoyed the sport of hockey with a fanaticsm that other communities can only envy. And why shouldn't they? They have had some of the most dedicated owners, coaches, and players come through their city, bringing with them 12 regular season championships and 8 playoff championships. But championships are only part of the story. Any fan can tell you that there is something special in watching hockey here in Muskegon. Most fans have a particular memory that will live in their hearts and minds forever. Get inside Muskegon's Hockey History and Heroes and relive the great hockey memories of yesteryear.
A hockey history moment for every day of the year! A few seconds can make a game, even a season, and behind each play is a piece of history. Mike Commito marks every day of the year with a great moment in hockey and shows how today's game is part of an ongoing story that dates back to its origins on frozen ponds. From the National hockey League's first games in 1917 to Auston Matthews's electrifying four-goal debut for the Maple Leafs in 2016, Hockey 365 has something for everyone and is sure to give you a better appreciation for the sport we all love.
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Ob Sie nun Ihr Sportler-Kostüm für die nächste Karnevalsparty oder Ihr Halloween-Kostüm erweitern wollen, indem Sie den Spielzeug-Hockeyschläger als Halloweenwaffe verwenden, liegt bei Ihnen. Eignen tut sich der 90cm lange Eishockey-Schläger in den Farben Weiß und Grau auf jeden Fall für die verschiedensten Anlässe.
THE DEFINITIVE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A SPORTS LEGEND The NHL may never see anyone like Gordie Howe again. Known as Mr. Hockey, he led the Detroit Red Wings to four Stanley Cups and is the only player to have competed in the league in five different decades. In Mr. Hockey, the man widely recognized as the greatest all-around player the sport has ever seen tells the story of his incredible life... Twenty consecutive seasons among the top five scorers in the NHL. One hundred points after the age of forty. Playing for Team Canada with his two sons. Gordie Howe rewrote the record books. But despite Howe's unyielding ferocity on the ice, his name has long been a byword for decency, generosity, and honesty off of it. Going back to Howe's Depression-era roots and following him through his Hall of Fame career, his enduring marriage to his wife, Colleen, and his extraordinary relationship with his children, Mr. Hockey is the definitive account of the game's most celebrated legacy, as told by the man himself. FOREWORD BY BOBBY ORR INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS
Adam wants just want thing - to learn to play hockey like his big brother André. Only he feels he will never play hockey unless he first learns to skate. Without his own skates, he will never learn. Will his dream come true?
With a voice as Canadian as winter, David Adams Richards reflects on the place of hockey in the Canadian soul. The lyrical narrative of Hockey Dreams flows from Richards' boyhood games on the Miramichi to heated debates with university professors who dare to back the wrong team. It examines the globalization of hockey, and how Canadians react to the threat of foreigners beating us at 'our' game. Part memoir, part essay on national identity, part hockey history, Hockey Dreams is a meditation by one of Canada's finest writers on the essence of the game that helps define our nation.