2016 Hockey Coaches Conference
Topic: The Education & Evolution of a Hockey Coach
Presenter: Travis Green
Travis Green has proven himself at every opportunity in hockey. In Utica he proved he can work with young players and get them ready for the next level. Green’s confidence and influence on the grassroots level of the organization were qualities the Vancouver Canucks didn’t want to lose. Coach Green sat down with us at our 2016 TeamSnap Hockey Coaches Conference to talk about how he approaches coaching and developing young people.
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