Hockey Canada unveiled the 23 players (three goaltenders, seven defencemen and 13 forwards) who will be who are aiming to capture Canada’s first 4 Nations Cup gold medal in four years when the event hits Canadian ice Nov. 6-10 in Saskatoon, Sask.
Four lanes are created with the set-up of pylons and sticks. Maximize repetitions and use progressions that players will use to create deception, quick hands and puck control skills. Coaches are encouraged to be creative with this template.
The Playmakers will help share the message from Hockey Canada and the host committee, and support initiatives around community engagement and the benefits of hosting the World Juniors in their backyard. This time, HockeyCanada.ca sat down with Bart Given, managing director and chief innovator with Torque Properties.