The thing that drives me nuts is the coach with a dunks med reg and can't even open the door for a mite because he's to important as the HC.
Would love to know what birth year we are talking about.
It does not matter what age. In school, good teachers write on the board to help explainations, they don't just talk. Same goes for good coaching.
I've never seen a college or pro coach using a white board.
Have you? /S
And you just showed your ignorance.
If you didn't have the in the first word, we might have understood the sarcasm versus bad typing skills.
Thanks lazy coach. You probably don’t bring pucks or water bottle to the rink either....
It doesn’t matter what I put on the whiteboard. Your little benders are chewing on crayons in the locker room before the game while I’m trying to draw up a proper d-zone. On the bench they have no interest. Just keep writing the checks and stop complaining. I need your money to pay for the kids who have a shot at high school JV
This though process is like screaming at a blind person driving to stay on the right side of the road....
Kids need to see it, especially this day and age.
Agree on over analyzing and coaching but come on buddy, be better. Don’t be stubborn, just learn that coaching is about realizing you are learning as you go, just like the kids. Always new ways to do something and a new ways to educate the players. The best coaches are always the most humble and modest.
The great white board debate. Right up there with Kennedy vs. Nixon, October 1960.
If your idea of "visual teaching" is sticking a white board in front of a kid right after his shift while your coffee breath wafts in his face, then you are doing it wrong.
Hmm. Good job standing on the bench with your arms crossed looking at your phone. You riding the pine at Curry College for four years thinking you know hockey really is helping my son? FYI. Your not really a hockey guy. Sorry.