It’s a Small World
The world of hockey is a small one given that, in Squirt through Midget, you play in age groups consisting of two birth years. You are always either a first-year or second-year—kind of like always being either a freshman or a senior in high school. But you only have to endure one freshman year in high school. And you only get to be a senior in high school once (one hopes). In hockey, however, you go through this cycle four or five times. And people remember from year to year, and team to team, how you handle it.
Baseline Concussion Analysis
If you don’t know where the starting point is, how can you determine the end? Baseline concussion analysis is certainly the buzz in sports communities among players, parents, coaches and schools. One company, CereScan, has a way to capture brain imagery scans, which indicate to attending physicians how to treat the patient.
12 Tips for Taking a Faceoff
Yanic Perreault made millions of dollars during a brilliant NHL career because he was one of the league’s premier faceoff guys. NHL GMs value these guys the way they value goal scorers—because the more faceoffs your team wins, the more puck possessions the team has, creating a winning environment. After you check out these 12 tips, see my entire faceoff story.