Adult ice hockey is a new hobby. Unsurprisingly there are lots of adult no-checking leagues in the Twin Cities, JMS Hockey is the one I went with. Actually, I should say “we” went with. My #1 son is 18 now, and he is the first identified special needs adult hockey player in our league. We play on the same line — he plays at the top range of the “lower level” games and I’m at the bottom. After more than 10 years of managing his hockey teams and even becoming a level 1 coach (no skills required) I finally got off the bench.
Despite growing up in Montreal when Les Habs ruled hockey I’m a lousy hockey player. Fortunately I’m not a bad skater, though lately somewhat knee impaired. So I’m trying to pick up some stick handling skills.
Basic snapshot and wrist shot (because this is so embarrassing right now)
Most basic shot, what I’m learning now. When learning face the puck.
- How To Take A Wrist Shot
- How To Take A Wrist Shot In Hockey For Beginners | Hockey Tutorial
- Two Types of Wrist Shots
- How To Improve Wrist Shot Accuracy
Quick shot taken when skating to net, face the net, puck to the side.
- How to take a Snapshot in Hockey
- How to take a snap shot in hockey for beginners | Hockey Tutorial
- How to Take a Snapshot - Off Ice Tutorial
- Don’t shoot the puck
- How to Raise the Puck and improve your accuracy
- How to lift the puck of the ice in hockey and score more goals | Hockey Tutorial
- How to Work on Your Shot Inside (without breaking stuff!)
- Simple Tips to Improve Your Shooting at Home
- How to Shoot While Skating
 There are many books and videos on mountain biking skills. Hockey players don’t generally do that kind of thing.