Taking Advantage of Your Skill
The Dskate Hockey Program prides itself on the quality and cutting-edge philosophy with which we and our coaching staff approach the game of hockey.
Traditional hockey programs can leave a player wanting for more and so we have taken it upon ourselves to take advantage of the time we have with your T1D hockey player.
Focusing on skill development and the improvement of all elements required to be a more complete hockey player, Dskate delivers unprecedented tactical skill pracitce and a coaching staff that cares about the person behind the jersey and how they want to grow.
With attention to detail and professional and Olympic-experienced coaches ready to guide you through the next step of your hockey journey, here is what you can look forward to when you join the Dskate Team;
Cutting-Edge Skill Development
With an on-ice array of skill development tools and work stations, your player will never get bored testing their skills at Dskate. Courtesy of our mobile-obstacle work stations and skill courses that can be arranged to suit any skill level and test any technique, your player will experience hockey in a completely new and exciting way.
Your player is our priority. Briefed on the skill and experience level of each player, Dskate Hockey coaches are prepared to work with all skill levels, from beginner to professional.
Players are assessed on their current talent, skill and stamina levels as well as skating, stickhandling, shooting and agility. Upon initial evaluation, our staff apply individualizes paths for each player in an effort to guide them to a successful week of improving their skills.
It starts with your first stride, and gets better with the next.
Skating isn't a tool or skill to be mastered but a neccessary function of being a better hockey player. It's fun to become a better skater and opens up a brand new world of hockey. From cross-overs and cuts, learning how to jump, roll and react to any possible on-ice scenario, you are taught how to conquer each obstacle in your path.
Lefty or Righty, it makes no difference, it's all in how comfortable you are with the puck.