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First-Year Youth Hockey Referee Seminar and Clinic set for Sept. 21

08/05/2019, 1:00pm CDT, By Staff Reports

New officials provided opportunity to complete USA Hockey Level 1

Officially Speaking: Testing 1, 2, 3

08/01/2019, 9:15am CDT, By Mark Lichtenfeld

All adult players should be required to complete an open book rules test.

Functional skating

07/29/2019, 10:30am CDT, By Andy Ness

As the offseason is upon us, it is time to train.

Hockey athleticism

07/26/2019, 11:00am CDT, By Jack Blatherwick, Let's Play Hockey Columnist

Training should be integrated, rather than isolated

No chicken wings allowed

07/25/2019, 11:00am CDT, By Kim McCullough, M.Sc, YCS

Chicken wing players are never elite at shooting, stickhandling or passing.

If I were czar of men’s college hockey

07/24/2019, 10:45am CDT, By Kevin Kurtt

A proposal to create lasting stability, especially among the 27 teams in the west

We must protect elite athletes from the masses

07/23/2019, 1:15pm CDT, By Josh Levine

We need to segregate our top-end athletes from their lesser-skilled peers to develop the best hockey players possible.

What should dryland training accomplish?

07/22/2019, 8:45am CDT, By Jack Blatherwick, Let's Play Hockey Columnist

Workouts should focus on speed of hands, speed of feet and speed of mind.

Feeling a Draft

07/19/2019, 10:15am CDT, By Kevin Kurtt

A total of 12 Minnesota natives were selected at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, continuing the state's proud tradition of developing NHL-caliber players

Staying and playing

07/19/2019, 10:00am CDT, By Bryan Zollman, Let's Play Hockey

Five of Minnesota’s best who opted to stay with their high school programs were drafted by NHL teams

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