Tony DeSilva Continues to Defy SafeSport and USA Hockey Bans

Anthony “Tony” DeSilva is the cockroach of the sport of hockey. He’s a sexual predator that has absolutely no business involved in the sport of hockey, yet he’s acting as a family advisor. We’ve also been told that he has free run in the rinks of New England and possibly even served as a billet … Continue reading Tony DeSilva Continues to Defy SafeSport and USA Hockey Bans

NAHL Playoff Thoughts: Second Round (First Weekend Review)

“You know, I’ve held women and babies and jewels and money, but nothing will ever feel as good as holding that Cup.” - Wayne Gretzky. I really don’t think it matters what cup that’s being chased, there’s something about the anticipation of lifting it that can motivate and inspire players to reach for another level … Continue reading NAHL Playoff Thoughts: Second Round (First Weekend Review)

NAHL Playoff Thoughts: Second Round (First Night Review)

Surprise surprise, the Jamestown Rebels look like they are on a mission! It was a late night with that game in Alaska starting at 11:00 PM (Eastern Time), but here’s a quick reaction to all the festivities. Subscriber Content CENTRAL DIVISION #1 St. Cloud Norsemen vs #3 Aberdeen Wings (Aberdeen leads series 1-0) We kind … Continue reading NAHL Playoff Thoughts: Second Round (First Night Review)

Ten Best: Mental Health Practices for Developing Hockey Players

Is the player serious about making it through the junior levels and to play to college hockey? Every player should be trying each practice to improve their mental game. Doing so will also positively impact on-ice play and development. Subscriber Content 1. Set Attainable Goals Setting goals does not mean picking a task out of … Continue reading Ten Best: Mental Health Practices for Developing Hockey Players