We've shown you a multitude of ways that the xPasser Give-N-Go can improve your next practice or camp. One important skill that the xPasser can work is the soft-touch pass, which is often overlooked as
When young hockey players enter the game, they often question what the box is. Whether working with these young players or with seasoned veterans, coaches should look to the xPasser Give-N-Go for stationary passing drills
Something that is stressed among young players is the importance of protecting the puck. If a player is simply pushing the puck forward when stickhandling, he or she is sure to lose it against defenders.
When you watch elite offensive defensemen, you notice that their feet seem to be in constant motion when they're passing and skating with the puck. Transition passing is a pivotal attribute to possess if you
We just can't get enough hockey, right? Every minute of every day, we just want to play, improve and, most importantly, have fun! This is why xHockeyProducts manufactures many fun-related items, including our newest item, the
Premier puck-moving forwards and defensemen have an arsenal of tricks up their sleeves. One such move is the ability to complete a soft touch pass with teammates and continue through the neutral or offensive zone.
When a team utilizes cycle passing, they are usually a pretty successful group. Proper cycling in the offensive zone is key, and the xPasser Give-N-Go can help create this in your next practice or tryout.