I have some other videos in the work… but really felt like going back to what I enjoy the most… just taking some hockey snipes and some much needed off ice training and practice… It feels good to just relax and shoot and enjoy myself… Great times and fall is upon us… it feels great and the cool air is welcomed! hope you all enjoy this season
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A lost art form…. The perfect Saucer pass! I been playing with a bunch of great guys for over a year now but I do notice that the saucer pass or aka sauce pass is a lost art form… I have always practiced it back in the say and found that a good pass to my team mate was just as rewarding as a upper corner goal! I get some flippy floppy passes, wobble air biscuits and knuckle pucks from some team mates… then when the puck flips up and over my blade they get made… ( you mad bro? ) While there isn’t a week that goes by I don’t huck some sauce down my basement shooting area, or sauce some biscuits at the ice rink before and after the game… Practice isn’t always about sniping that bar down, slap shots from the blue line and dangling through a row of pucks… You should make friends and sauce across the ice… if you are having trouble then check out this tutorial Read More…..
Well tomorrow I get to play my once a week on ice… Due to the rain we have had all summer long… I’ve basically abandoned roller hockey… Don’t get me wrong I still enjoy roller hockey but it doesn’t hold a candle to playing on the purest way of hockey possible… which is “on ice” …
Made this meme for my fans/likes on my facebook page…. I posted the question “My Favorite thing about Hockey is…” and most everyone posted “Everything” So as an appreciation to all my fans/likes i dedicated this one to them… A great team effort everyone! Thanks.. Join the fun and like us on facebook.com/uppercornerhockey
Check out the newest video. It features Fast Hands Hockey Training Device along with Ryan Pizzo and myself Brent Dolan Now that most of everyone’s winter season is over. You want to keep in shape for next winter. So make sure you keep up on your hockey training. Good way to keep up your stick handling is with the Fast Hands Hockey Training Device. <— click for more info It is one of those training aids that you will be emailing me and thanking me in a month or so of using it. It will also last you a lifetime. It is build so solid! Check it out today and keep on training! Watch full video below…
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Well I polished off my first batch of H2O Energy drink. I am leaning more towards the Hydrate version because it doesn’t have any caffeine in it. I am not one that does well with that kind of stuff. But both products work awesome as advertised! visit them at http://h2ooverdrive.com/splash
I picked this stick up a couple weeks ago. It was on sale because there is a new model that came out. So you can probably find this hidden gem in the sale rack. Even if it isn’t on sale you can usually find it for 59 bucks or lower. It is a great stick. The one I have is a 85 flex with a Cammalleri curve P4. The stick has a little bit more weight to it than the more expensive sticks but I like that. I have played three times now with this stick. The curve and flex is great for excepting passes, passing, saucer passes and slap shots. Because of the low kick point it keeps all your shots low so if you like to roof the puck you might want to get a more of a curve like the Hall Curve. All and all it is a great all around stick and a great stick for the price… Follow the discussion here —> http://www.thehockeynetwork.com/forum/equipment-reviews/player-equipment/sticks/34222-easton-55s-85-flex-cammalleri-curve.php#34222
Easton Mako Skates coming out 3.15.13 but a friend of mine got a trial pair. He told me this “Wow! Anyone who demands a lot from their skates, Easton made an awesome skate. Omg these skates sell themselves damn I’m in love call up the preacher and schedule the church I’m getting married to these” Direct quote so I guess they are pretty damn good.
Anyone getting them? He also told me there was zero break in time for these Mako Skates. They they are so comfortable and also put a spring in his skating. I don’t know the costing of these skates (my guess is 499.99) but I am sure they won’t be cheap. Let me know your thoughts on www.facebook.com/uppercornerhockey and Visit.www.easton.com/hockey the official site of the new Easton Mako Skates…