“...they accomplished these dreams while everyone
around them told them it was impossible.”
What separates a Jr. Player from a Minor League Player? A Minor League Player from a NHL Player? An average NHL Player from a 15-year Veteran? As hockey players progress to higher and higher levels they're all funneled into the same leagues, summer teams, and off-ice training programs. At these levels, players are very similar in physical strength and conditioning. They receive similar hockey coaching-both on and off the ice. And believe me they would all do anything short of giving up their first born child to make the NHL. The one attribute that separates all great players is game day preparation. This includes both Mental and Physical Preparedness.
Mentally they approach every game with an attitude that allows them to overcome any obstacle. It doesn't matter if you have off-ice issues, are playing against the worst team in the league in an empty arena, or the best team in the league with every scout imaginable in the stands, you must find a way to play your best every time you strap on the skates. Players and Parents will spend thousands of dollars and hours perfecting their physical abilities yet very little time on the mental aspect. As shown by Tiger Woods this can be taught and implemented at a very young age.
The 7 Pre-Game Habits of Pro Hockey Players also includes physical preparation. Specifically in the 24 hours leading up to a game and immediately following that creates a consistent high energy level. Combine eating right, stretching, and hockey specific warm-up games to get your body into "The Zone."
You've spent 1,000's of hours in your driveway shooting pucks, on the pond playing shinny with friends, practicing in cold rinks in the early morning, and working out to the point of losing your lunch in the off season. Combine this with the 7 Pre-Game Habits of Pro Hockey Players to be the best prepared player on the ice.
After practicing with the Score100goals Shooter Tutor, players will have tremendous confidence and hockey skills to get the shot off quickly with accuracy based on angles from the 5 zones. The confidence comes from the stats of NHL goal scorers. This combination of a "quick release" and accuracy is a lethal scoring combination.