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January 17th, 2019

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6 Helpful Ways to Conquer Your Hockey Fears

January 16th, 2019

Let’s talk about some ways you can address your fears. READ OUR LATEST ISSUE Here are a few simple recommendations that we might use with a player that might help you deal with fear and put it in perspective: 1. Address your fears directly. What are you afraid of and what might be the reasons?…

Daily improvement the name of the game at Tahoe Prep Hockey Academy

January 15th, 2019

With the holidays suddenly past and the hockey season well into the second half, the teams at Tahoe Prep Hockey Academy are hitting their stride. The school’s prep team was off to a 6-2-0 start in the NAHL Prep division, and the varsity squad was 3-1-0-2 competing in the Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League….

Los Angeles native, Jr. Kings product Guttman tabbed NCHC Rookie of the Week

January 15th, 2019

Los Angeles native and University of Denver freshman forward Cole Guttman has been named the NCHC Rookie of the Week. READ OUR LATEST ISSUE Guttman played a key role in helping Denver sweep Omaha as he had a hand in both game-winning goals in a pair of one-goal victories to push DU’s win streak to…

Taking Liberties with … Collin Delia

January 14th, 2019

COLLIN DELIA Position: Goaltender, Chicago Blackhawks(NHL)/Rockford IceHogs (American Hockey League) Youth Hockey Teams: Anaheim Jr. Ducks, California Stars, California Titans, California Wave, Inland Valley Wild, Orange County Hockey Club Last Amateur Team: Merrimack College (Hockey East, NCAA D-I) READ OUR LATEST ISSUE California Rubber: You have some interesting hobbies, leatherworking for one? Collin Delia: I’ve…

From the Trainer’s Room: What to look for in growth spurts with our athletic children

January 12th, 2019

As we watch our kids grow up, we see varying stages of their development that excites us. We see them get taller, their feet and hands grow, and they get stronger. With this development, we as parents expect more from our kids. What we tend to forget is that as they physically grow, it takes…

After ACHA stint, West Covina’s Barriga earns NCAA D-I spot with AIC

January 10th, 2019

Elijiah Barriga didn’t let an unscheduled detour knock him off his goal of playing NCAA Division I hockey. Still, the path the West Covina native took to American International College, a rapidly improving program in Atlantic Hockey, is rare. After playing youth hockey primarily in Orange County, Barriga enjoyed seasons of 40 and then 57…

With slew of California natives, University of Denver again a national powerhouse

January 9th, 2019

One of the first rules of real estate is location, location, location. It’s a helpful one for college hockey as well, and that is one of many reasons why the University of Denver finds itself with seven Californians on its roster this season. The Pioneers’ track record of success – eight NCAA titles and 29…

El Segundo native, Jr. Kings grad Modry decides on NCAA D-I Merrimack

January 8th, 2019

Jacob Modry played much of his youth hockey in or near larger cities, including Los Angeles twice, but he’s learned something during the past three seasons in Wenatchee, Wash. – smaller isn’t so bad either. That played a role in his decision to commit to play NCAA Division I hockey at Merrimack College (Hockey East)….

El Cajon’s McCrea ‘will do anything to win’ for NCAA D-I Cornell

January 7th, 2019

It turns out the defensive defenseman isn’t going the way of the dinosaur despite hockey’s fixation on the “offenseman.” El Cajon’s Alec McCrea provides evidence of that. The senior assistant captain has helped NCAA Division I Cornell University remain in the rankings after a campaign for the ages in 2017-18. The Big Red was a…