Grassroots:In this last show of the season, Richard and Gregg review the guests and topics which resonated with the most.
Grassroots: Richard and Gregg spend the entire show talking mental training with renowned sports psychology consultant Dr. Wayne Halliwell.
Grassroots: This week, it's about what's right with minor hockey.
Why isn't there an HEO minor midget team going to the OHL Cup? Plus a conversation with James Wall of West Vancouver minor hockey about their curriculum.
Grassroots: Today's show is about goal scoring: how, when, where and all the things coaches should consider when teaching it.
Grassroots: How do you prepare for playoffs? What do you do in practices? What about lines, defence pairings and goalies? Richard and Gregg examine the ins and outs of playoff preparation.
Richard and Gregg first talk with Smiths Falls Pee Wee coach Keith Rhoden about his team being a Good Deeds Cup finalist. Then they look at the Relative Age effect in minor hockey.
In the second part of the discussion about curriculum, Richard and Gregg examine in more depth what should go into one for a typical minor hockey association.
Should minor hockey associations have curricula to guide coaches through their seasons? Richard and Gregg think so and discuss the whys and hows.
Grassroots: Richard and Gregg discuss what makes good, or bad, team chemistry in minor hockey
It's the "Millennial Show" where Richard and Gregg discuss today's hockey player and parents. What are they like, how are they different from before, and how should coaches deal with them?
In the new year's first show, Richard and Gregg discuss mental training for hockey with Markus Leikkari, a sport performance consultant.
In the last show of 2017, Richard and Gregg discuss accountability in minor. What should (or shouldn't) you make players accountable for and how?
Grassroots: This week's show opens with a tale of the worst coaching gaffe ever. Then Richard and Gregg chat with HEO Minor's Referee-in-chief John Reid about supervision and the training of officials
Power: Who in minor hockey wields power? Boards? Officials? Parents? Coaches? The topic raises some interesting questions and issues.
What is team identity? Richard and Gregg examine how to go about identifying and then creating it.
Today, it's the parent complaint show: what are legitimate parent beefs and how should they deal with them
What are the pros and cons of tournaments, instructing the NCCP, one-off guest instrcutors? Richard and Gregg dissect these topics.
Hockey Manitoba has jumped with both skates this season into modified ice for all novice hockey. Richard and Gregg discuss this with Bernie Reichardt, their Director of Hockey Development.
It's the vexing show. Today, Richard and Gregg toss out the things in minor hockey that truly vex them.
Grass Roots: Richard and Gregg get into a more detailed discussion of teaching tactics, from the time kids play on modified ice up to the older age groups.
As a follow up to the show two weeks ago, Richard and Gregg talk with OHF Executive Director Phil McKee who explains how the implementation of six year olds playing with sevens this season came to be and what is to happen going forward.
This week's show is all about teaching tactics: what to focus on, how to do it, and even what tactics should perhaps be pushed down the priority list.
Grass Roots: Richard and Gregg examine the GTHL issue that had six year olds not allowed to play with seven year olds as a result of Hockey Canada's new modified ice rule.
Grass Roots: Richard and Gregg talk with Coaching Association of Canada consultant Wayne Parro who explains the CAC locker and maintenance points system.