Understanding how to gain and lose speed is a mental framework is the best way to create space in hockey. If you understand how to form speed differentials, you can give yourself a competitive advantage every time you touch the ice.
While working 2v2s and team play should be a massive focus, continuing to work 1v1s is a major piece that shouldn’t be forgotten. Players being able to set up advantageous conditions and being able to navigate these battles are massive assets for any player at any level and although 1v1 matchups are more common for young players and speed differentials are vital in 2v2 matchups, both situations have their own benefits and optimal times of use.
Off-ice, off-season strength and conditioning programs specifically designed for hockey players will lead to a competitive advantage on the ice. Whether you're a rookie, veteran or even an experienced player in the NHL, you can improve your agility, strength, and fundamentals to start every season with a rock-solid foundation.
Coach Jeffers at TopShelf Hockey Training chooses SuperDeker as the official stick handling training device of TST. Watch players of all ages and skill levels develop precise puck control and fast hands with the SuperDeker System.
Follow along with Ryan from BlueLine Puck as he shows his Top 5 favorite hockey practice drills to run with the DekerBar! Be sure to grab yourself a DekerBar from SuperDeker.com to start your training journey to hockey stickhandling mastery...
As someone who has played ice hockey since I was a child, I can tell you from experience that one of the most difficult things to do well as a hockey player, is to be strong on the puck. It takes a combination of arm strength, reflexes, and anticipation, to be a good stick handler, and as a hockey fan I have always been in awe of some of the stickhandling wizards like Pavel Datsyuk or Patrick Kane.
Improve your puck handling and stick handling on the SuperDeker Advanced Hockey Training System using these drills! This is how to practice hockey at home using your off ice training system. Pay close attention, because there are quite a few tips in this video to help with stick handling.
As a child, my favorite thing about summer was taking a break from the Texas heat to get some time on the ice to play hockey. I wasn’t the best player, but being a part of the team felt good, and there was no better feeling than the sweet sense of victory after my youth hockey team had won a game.
Find out why Mr.Gretzky himself has chosen SuperDeker as the official off-ice stickhandling trainer of Gretzky Hockey School! This week-long hockey school coaches hockey stickhandling skills for boys and girls in multiple cities throughout the US and Canada!
Are you ready for the SuperDeker 21 day challenge? Our team has created a dryland stickhandling challenge that will improve your puck handling. The challenge has three levels of difficulty - Bronze, Silver and Gold.
Have you submitted your video for the Leaderboard Challenge? If not, review the drill videos and start practicing. This video shows off some of the top players from our leaders in the SuperDeker Leaderboard Challenge!
Using the SuperDeker Advanced Hockey Training System with the rebounder bands helps develop off ice puck skills and reaction time to a deflecting puck. This is critical in maintaining puck control. This is why SuperDeker is the best hockey training aid on the market for your hockey at home training and practicing your off ice hockey drills.
Did you just get a SuperDeker or want to learn more on assembly? This video will show you how to quickly assemble the SuperDeker Advanced Hockey Training System to get started on your off ice drills and start having fun.
We have created the 21 Day Challenge to test your SuperDeker off-ice skills and help grow your puck handling skills. This video has some of our user submissions. Keep up the good work and don’t forget to share your progress on the Gold, Silver, or Bronze links below.
The SuperDeker hockey stickhandling trainer has three different game modes to help you with speed, accuracy and perfecting your passing skills. This video will walk you through each mode to help you develop your skills off-ice.