If you’re looking for an extra edge with your speed on the ice, the quick feet ladder is something that can definitely help with your off-ice training. Many different exercises can be done using the quick feet ladder and they can all be very beneficial to your productivity on the ice. One of the major […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
People wonder what makes the perfect human? Well if you were to ask his teammates, Nick Lidstrom would be “The Perfect Human”. His teammates gave him this nickname because Nick Lidstrom demonstrates everything it is to be a perfect human. From his demeanor off the ice, to his work ethic on the ice. From his […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
After a day of player movements all over the NHL, a few teams ended up adding key pieces to which they hope to be, the playoff puzzle. The biggest move of the day was the exchange of Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers for Ryan Callahan and a couple draft picks. Although most […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Deciding on an Agent or No Agent RyanFairbarn.com-3/01/2012 Twitter @RyanFairbarn The discussion on whether to have an agent or not to have an agent is a topic that a lot of hockey players decide on as their careers progress and opportunities come about. It is a topic that is very talked about throughout the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Can you deal with Riding the Pines? RyanFairbarn.com-3/01/2012 Twitter @RyanFairbarn For every player it is something you do not want to do. Watching your team from the bench, play every game, knowing that the possibility of you being on the ice could change the outcome of the game. For me, it was my first year […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Three Keys to the Playoff Run RyanFairbarn.com-2/16/2012 Twitter @RyanFairbarn There are many things you have to consider when getting properly prepared for the playoff run in the sport of hockey. It is why you have worked so hard throughout the year, for that chance to chase down a championship. Many players have different methods of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Practice your stickhandling 10 minutes a day and you’ll see the difference on the ice. Consistent practice will help you develop soft, quick hands!Continue Reading... No Comments.