The Hockey Drill Book
With more than 40 years at the junior, university, NHL, international, and World Championship levels, five-time Coach of the Year Dave Chambers has spent countless hours on the ice developing players at every level. Practice after practice, he puts drills to the test, compiling the best here in The Hockey Drill Book.
Accompanied by step-by-step instructions, diagrams, illustrations, and coaching tips, the 500 drills cover essential skills for each position, offensive and defensive systems, pregame warm-ups, on-ice conditioning, and game-specific situations, including power plays, penalty killing, and face-offs. A collection of skill evaluation drills will help players and coaches identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
Whether your goal is to raise your game or coach your team to the top, The Hockey Drill Book is the go-to resource. It's the only drill book you'll ever need.
- Paperback | 440 pages
- 175.26 x 251.46 x 22.86mm | 771.11g
- 16 Oct 2016
- Human Kinetics Publishers
- Human Kinetics
- Champaign, IL, United States
- Second Edition
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21 Sep 2007
Lou Vairo-- Director of Special Projects, USA Hockey
"The Hockey Drill Book demonstrates Dave Chambers' intimate knowledge of the game. He has the ability to simplify every skill set. This collection of drills is an absolute must for individual player and team development."
Ken Hitchcock-- Head Coach, St. Louis Blues
About Dave Lee Chambers
Chambers was an assistant coach with NHL's Minnesota North Stars and head coach of the Quebec Nordiques. He coached the Canadian national junior team to the gold medal at the World Junior Championship in Moscow in 1988, the Canadian team to the championship in the International Spengler Cup Tournament in Switzerland in 1987, and the Canadian student national team to the silver medal at the World Student Games in 1985.
His university coaching career spanned 14 seasons while he earned a record of 334-110. Chambers coached at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Guelph before holding the head coaching position at Ohio State University, where he won the CCHA Championship. He then coached at York University in Toronto, where his teams won three division championships, three Ontario championships, and a Canadian National Championship.
Chambers holds a PhD in sport science and was director of the coaching program at York University in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science. Chambers has written books and articles on coaching ice hockey and has made numerous presentations worldwide. He lives in Collingwood, Ontario.