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Elite-One Year Access

Designed for Players with

 Intermediate/Advanced Stick Skills Training.

  • Foundation Program -Introduction to every stickhandling, passing and shooting technique available. 
  • Accelerator Program includes All 52 Advanced Training Sessions, a Minimum of 18 Drills Per Module Incorporating Movement, Increased Drill Pattern Complexity and Lots of Shooting!
  • Goal Scorers Academy Small Space Shooting Drills,12 Training Session Modules, 192 Drill Videos
  • Video Analysis Included Identifies 7 Common Corrections in Hand Positioning and Movement Ensuring Proper Form and Technique (Normally $99.99 Value) 


Hockey Players and Parents Agree

Doing the online hockey training program I have learned how to deceive an opponent, make new fakes and moves with ease and handle the puck confidently with my eyes up. The program itself is very easy to do and easy to follow with videos explaining each drill.When I was just at National Camp for the girls under 15 age group, at camp, I could tell that I was more capable of making moves and carrying the puck comfortably. I can think of specific drills at National Camp where we were asked to do specific stickhandling drills, and I felt like I had a big advantage over most of the other girls because I knew how to do the drill with correct form.

Division 1 Collegiate

Thanks for a great series of lessons. Kyle really enjoyed it. We often had to keep him focused on his schoolwork before we’d let him take care of his stickhandling homework. He really does enjoy it. Thanks for sharing your passion with the kids.

Matt M

Lance, I want to thank you on behalf of my son, Robert (2nd-year squirt). He is finishing the third month of your Online Hockey Training program and has made great strides with his hockey. When he started your program three months ago, he figuratively had hands like feet, was timid with the puck, and lacked confidence. Now, he's becoming a solid player with soft hands and finesse.

Anthony G, Proud H