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Respect in Hockey: Respecting Our Referees

I’ve got a new post up at the Clarington Recreational Hockey League today. We’re looking at respecting officials in youth hockey, and how that ties into the OMHA’s recent launch of its “Respect in Hockey” video campaign. 62 more words

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Youth Hockey Exploding In Popularity Across Minnesota

FARMINGTON, Minn. (WCCO) — Five-year-old Nash Lee grabs the puck and dashes down the ice. As his parents, Rachel and Josh, watch from the seats above, he fires off a wrist shot and deposits the puck in the back of the net. 416 more words

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A new challenge for a new year: Hockey Photography!

2 days, 2 sore ankles, 700 photos, and a new love! I took photos at the Mites X-Ice Tourney and as someone who had ZERO experience shooting inside a hockey arena, let alone on skates, I had so much fun, learned a ton, and got some great shots. 319 more words

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Opinion: Is it OK for coaches to berate, curse at kids?

The words came hurtling through the thick, locked door and concrete wall as if neither existed.

A coach in another ice hockey locker room was irate. 871 more words

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Free e-book until Monday

Navigating Youth Hockey: The Definitive Guide for Players and Parents is available for free beginning today, Black Friday, until Monday, 11/30, on Amazon. E-reader apps are also free to download for every device – phone, tablet, etc. 22 more words

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VIDEO: Search no more for a rideable child's Zamboni

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Have a child so obsessed with hockey he won’t do his chores? This dad found an ingenious solution: The Playskool Zamboni. For the low, low price of a funnel, an empty two-liter bottle, some PVC piping and a rag, you can turn your son’s Playskool Car into a garage floor-cleaning machine that even his toddler friends will want to take for a spin. 85 more words

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St. Louis Blues pledge millions to grow youth hockey in the area

In an attempt to cement St. Louis as “The Heartland of Hockey,” the Blues announced a “Hockey STL 2020” campaign in hopes of almost doubling the number of area youths involved in the sport. 268 more words

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