All posts by Richard Monette

“Screenagers” is a documentary about growing up in the digital age

“Screenagers” is a documentary about growing up in the digital age
February 23, 2017 No Comments »

Learn more about negotiating screen time with your kids Read More »

Proof that small ice hockey is better for kids

Proof that small ice hockey is better for kids
February 15, 2017 6 Comments »

Let’s not overwhelm fledgling players Read More »

What can Canadian hockey learn from the World Juniors?

What can Canadian hockey learn from the World Juniors?
December 14, 2016 No Comments »

Adapting best practices from Canada and elsewhere helps keep our players competitive Read More »

Parents gone wild: 4 things you can do to deal with overreacting parents

Parents gone wild: 4 things you can do to deal with overreacting parents
November 13, 2016 No Comments »

Let’s give the game back to the kids Read More »

Why teaching kids how to move has become essential

Why teaching kids how to move has become essential
November 1, 2016 2 Comments »

We need to adopt a different approach than previous generations Read More »

Hockey Canada’s new app for coaches is a game-changer

Hockey Canada’s new app for coaches is a game-changer
October 4, 2016 2 Comments »

Instructional resources in the palm of your hand Read More »

What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes

What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes
September 14, 2016 No Comments »

Learn how to separate the signal from the noise Read More »

What we can learn about teaching hockey from the 1972 “Summit Series”

What we can learn about teaching hockey from the 1972 “Summit Series”
August 31, 2016 No Comments »

How creativity, curiosity and simplicity can benefit young hockey players Read More »

Finding inspiration from the Olympics

Finding inspiration from the Olympics
August 2, 2016 No Comments »

Richard's life changed when the 1976 Olympic games were awarded to Montreal Read More »