Small deception can have big results.

What comes to mind when you think of deception? If it’s Jason Bourne and not NHL players, you are forgiven.

During a unique Virtual Hockey Summit presentation, Jaroslav “Yogi” Svejkovský and Kris Beech discussed how to train offensive deception to create stealthier players – mini Bournes, if you will.

Small deception can have big results . . .



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Jaroslav Svejkovsky

Jaroslav "Yogi" Svejkovský played 113 NHL games with the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning before jumping to the coaching ranks with the Vancouver Giants. He’s entering his first season as skills coach for the Vancouver Canucks.

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