Let’s put on our parenting hats for a second. When you ask your kids how hockey was when they get in the car following a game or practice, what do they say? What do they report was said by the coach? What did they learn?

If you get the standard answer of “good”, don’t worry – you’re not alone.

Dave Mason is a hockey parent first and foremost. His passion for the game was born in the hearts of his two children. For Mason, the difference between a young athlete who receives feedback and one who doesn’t is night and day. Players need to know where they stand.


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