"It's guiding the attention and mind of what are the cues, what are my reads. So rather than a hard system, you're guiding the reads and the reacting."
Author - Glass and Out Podcast
The Coaches Site Founder Aaron Wilbur sits down with some of hockey’s top coaches and leaders to learn about their journey and dissect the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Each episodes features key take aways for coaches of all levels. The Glass and Out Podcast is required listening for coaches looking to gain key insights from hockey’s most influential leaders.
The Optimal State of Mind for Coaching, with Best-Selling Author John O’Sullivan
John O’Sullivan's mission is to give Youth Sports back to our kids.
Strategies for Improving your Penalty Kill, with Calgary Flames’ Ryan Huska
"A lot of it is making sure they're good in the habitual areas of the penalty kill...If you really focus on the habits, they're able to react accordingly."
"We have no reason to belittle ourselves because someone else belittles themselves and brings themselves to a lower level."
"We all understand the importance of going to the gym...But then we talk about the mind, it's always like 'we'll get to that.'"
"We know that there is going to be some turbulence. We got guys ready for that early."
How to Sell Your Team on Blocking Shots with St. Cloud State’s Brian Idalski
"If we can defend well, we give ourselves a chance in every game."
Why Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Skill, with Performance Coach Ryan Blanck
"Players need to be heard before they can start to listen."
"I don't think it's 24/7 hockey for me. I think you've got to stay fresh, you've got to stay energized, you've got to find some things to do away from the rink."
"My mindset at that point, was I'm willing to die before giving up here."
Why Coaching Development Precedes Player Development, with USA Hockey’s Mike MacMillan
"You can't do player development if you don't have good coaches."
"I've always believed as a coach, you teach, you correct, and then you forget...it's a new play, it's a new game and you let them get out there."