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Video from the presentation of Ales Hybner of Elite Hockey Training Centre (Global Skills Showcase/The Coaches Site)

Here’s what you missed on Day 3 of the Global Skills Showcase

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Day 3 of the Global Skills Showcase is now complete.

The event, which of course is being held virtually, is going on all week from March 22 to 26. We’re being joined by 19 of hockey’s best skills coaches, as they share their wisdom with us from all over the world.

The event is absolutely free for members of The Coaches Site, and we’re offering a limited-time sale, with annual memberships available for just $99 CAD.

On Day 3, we were joined by four more skills coaches who delivered presentations on specific topics, including Dwayne Blais (the skill of deception), Pat Malloy (creating pockets of time for high percentage first touches), Ales Hybner (lateral movements), and Brandon Naurato (connecting the missing links inside a development plan).

We’ll be joined by different skills coaches each day (click here to see the full list of participating coaches).

If you missed either of the first three days, don’t worry, as all presentations will be available on-demand following their debut for 10 days post-event for members.

Here’s a quick recap of Day 3:

Dwayne Blais (Canada): The skill of deception

 

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Pat Malloy (Canada): Creating pockets of time for high percentage first touches

 

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Ales Hybner (Czech Republic): Lateral movements

 

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Brandon Naurato (USA): Connecting the missing links inside a development plan

 

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Global Skills Showcase schedule of events

Here’s what you can look forward to this week.


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