All posts by Richard Monette

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 »

Thumbs up to the new video celebrating Canadian Olympic athletes headed to Rio

Thumbs up to the new video celebrating Canadian Olympic athletes headed to Rio
July 24, 2016 No Comments »

Winter makes us who we are Read More »

Why I’ll be taking my son to the Alberta Cup this year

Why I’ll be taking my son to the Alberta Cup this year
April 12, 2016 No Comments »

Entertaining, inspirational, and a glimpse at the next level Read More »