Hockey Think Tank

Mar 9, 2022 | Craig Peterson

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Episode 199: The Season is Over – Now What?

On this episode of the Hockey Think Tank podcast, Jeff and Topher discuss how to navigate the end of a long season, along with finding the right avenues for spring and summer hockey. It’s questions that they get ALL.THE.TIME from parents and thought it would be really beneficial to have an open and honest conversation on what is happening in the hockey world during the spring and the summer. Some important topics they tackle include:

-Early sport specialization and burnout
-Using feedback as a tool for growth
-The business of youth hockey in the spring/summer
-FOMO
-Much more!!

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