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Lines - Red-Blue-Blue-Red

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This skating drill has all the players lining up on the goal line. For teams of younger players, there might be enough room for all the players to go at once. For older teams, it is recommended to separate the team in groups. The group standing on the goal line starts to skate as fast as they can toward the centreline. They the brake on the centreline and then turn around to skate to the blue line. They then brake on that blue line and turn around to go to the other blue line. They brake on that blue line and turn around to go to the centreline. They brake on the centreline, turn around and skate to the opposite goal line. 


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Hockey Experience

  • 20 years of playing hockey and counting
  • 5 years of competitive hockey (novice, atom, pee-wee (2 years) and bantam)
  • won the Northern Ontario Hockey Association (N.O.H.A.) title 4 times
  • won the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) title once
  • finished third for the OHA twice


Stéphane has been playing hockey since he was 4 years old. He has played competitive throughout is youth until his late teenage years when school work came before competitive hockey. He played defence for the first few years of his career and then moved as a forward, where he is still playing. Right now he's playing hockey in a men's league in the Ottawa region.

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