High School Spotlight on Ice Hockey – Tips for preparing for High School & College Ice Hockey, Preparing for Tryouts, Training Techniques, Drills, Camp Information, Training Programs, and Recruiting Information. It is a sport that can be enjoyed at any age, both competitive and non-competitive.
PLAYED AROUND THE US WHETHER WARM OR COLD – As a high school competitive sport, Ice Hockey is a fun game to participate in most areas of the world. It is often played in backyards and neighborhood on frozen ponds. Though cold weather locations have advantages, arenas on California and other warm locations have produced world class players for years.
The most important thing with any sport is to enjoy it until it doesn’t make sense physically, and so you can pursue your other life goals. Studies show that playing sports can improve lives in many ways, so it is a good idea to play recreational sports if you can.
Organized Team Sports can help develop and promote social skills, organization, and leadership skills, and to help resist negative peer pressure. Participants can benefit by gaining long term friendships as well. Pursuing field hockey in high school can open doors for scholarship opportunities.
Here is a guy with a cool accent explaining the rules
Wow! “Oh my gosh, she is so fast!!!” Here’s some fast skating to inspire you.