Most of us can just recoil in horror when we see the images splashed across our screens of the devastation going on in the Ukraine. But from his base in Krakow, Poland, Joseph Kolodziej is only a two-and-a-half hour drive from the Ukrainian border. He is working as a volunteer in Krakow distributing food, clothes and medication.
Choosing the right stick is not the easiest thing. There are so many options, price points, marketing strategies employed by companies to get you to choose their stick over the competitor. This article will break down main things to look for and help you choose a stick that will perform well for you!
In our continuing series on innovative coaches and how they can get the most out of their players Boltsports focuses on Matt Doyle, who has been the Hockey Director of the York Devils in York, Pennsylvania, for the last 5 seasons, his 8th year coaching. Since then the club has grown by roughly 5% annually, captured up to 10 league/playoff championships and has been in the district championships at the u14 level, three years in a row (hopefully soon to be four).
Managing expectations plays a great role in the development of a young hockey player for both parent and child. A parent may have loved the game and been good at it but it doesn’t mean that their child will be. Transference can be difficult, and although at times we all may live vicariously through our children be careful of setting up shop there.