Sports Illustrated Hockey: Learn to Play the Modern Way

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 218 pages
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Hockey in the nineties is a new game of speed, creativity and innovation. Nw, boost your hockey talent with this up-to-the minute guide for the player, coach and fan. In Sports Illustrated Hockey: Learn to Play the Modern Way, a vetern hockey writer and youth league coach Jack Falla provides expert instruction in all phases of toay's game. This richly illustrated guide includes: 11 Techniques for incorporating power skating into your game 5 important shots and how to make them 4 drills to help you improve your stickhandling skills 5 principles to make you a better offensive TEAM player 9 techniques for improving personal and team defense The keys to becoming a complete goaltender A survival manual for the youth league coach and parent
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Rink Rules and Equipment
13
Skating
33
Stickhandling and Passing
53
Shooting
71
Offense
89
Defense
125
Goaltending
157
Conditioning
185
The Volunteer Coach A Survival Manual
197
Building a Rink of Your Own
213
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About the author (1994)

Former you-league hockey coach Jack Falla has written on hockey for numerous periodicals including Hockey Magazine , Goal magazine, Boston magazine and Sports Illustrated . He has written television features for the Canadian Broascatsing Corporation's Hockey Night in Canada.

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