Is PV still good? What are some other good skating or skills coaches?
Try typing skills coach in the search box, Dirk.
Would help if you were more geographically specific.
One of the best fake names on here! :+1:
Bezeau, very limited hours and most importantly, don’t drop the soap
Clarence Swampton and Gilmore Tuttle come to mind. Both high end private lesson type guys. Offer a wide variety of "skill" sessions.
Any Lovell program.
Summer skills program at Falmouth with PV. Without a doubt the best. Everyone from NHL guys to squirts in various programs. Pricey, but you get what you pay for.
YouTube, your driveway or local tennis court, a pair of inline skates and most of all some fun.
You're over complicating it, you don't need Mr. Skills Coach or fancy obstacles out on the ice. Just get out there and have some fun with your kid. Throw the kid some passes and be a dad, chirp the kid when they miss the net and give em positive feedback when they do something good.
Elite skills!!! They are the best around. By far and away
Adam Nicholas from Stride Envy - best around.
mark farrington in Exeter is an amazing skating coach. He specializes in edge work more then speed
The original post was a legitamate question of someone looking for a skills program. How a parent chooses to spend his money, or how a child chooses to practice is their own business. People who have been around hockey for a while can actually provide worthwhile information to others who might be new to the game.
Boston being Boston and the inability to make it from the south shore to the north shore and visa-versa it is very important to state whether it's north shore, south shore, metro west. . . . For the South Shore, despite the few angry old dads who have some ax to grind (sorry your kid got cut) you can't go wrong with any Lovell Hockey / BA skills. Maybe one day, one session was bad but if your kid regularly attends their skills you will see a jump in improvement. My 2 cents and my kid was never cut. Sorry haters.