Summer Series with Mitch Giguere featuring Richard Bue

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The Coaches Site is excited to announce the launch of the Summer Series with Mitch Giguere. During this live webinar series, The Coaches Site contributor and video coach for Torpedo of the KHL, Mitch Giguere will connect you with some of the brightest minds in the game to help you prepare for the upcoming season.

Every Wednesday from July 14 – August 25 will feature a live, interactive webinar. The video-based presentation will allow you, the viewer, to ask questions directly to Giguere and his guests.

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The next live session will take place on July 28 @ 12pm PST, as Manitoba Moose video coach Richard Bue explains his process for “Post-game video analysis.”

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Check out SC Bern video coach Léo Girod’s presentation on “What hockey can learn from other team sports” below.

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Mitch Giguere ChPC, is the father of four children and a passionate hockey coach. He is the video coach for the Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod (KHL). Mitch has his High Performance 2 from Hockey Canada and has an Advanced Coaching Diploma (NCCP4) from the Canadian Sports Institute. See All Posts By Mitch

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  1. How often do you practice breakouts at Penn State?

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    Justin, here’s the answer from Keith.

    ”We practice breakouts probably 2-3 times a week, a lot of times as a warm up drill. We also incorporate breakouts into a couple of drills we use often in practice as well”

  3. Awesome 20 min lesson, very well done. Thank you Keith and Mitch.

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