Toronto, ON - Ivy Hockey Academy’s head instructor Noah Delmas was recently named the captain of Niagra University's NCAA Division 1 hockey team for their upcoming 2019-2020 season. Noah is thrilled to be coaching for his third year straight at Ivy Hockey Academy, sharing his hockey knowledge with hundreds of kids across Ontario, Canada.
As tryout season continues, Noah would like to provide some tips that helped him strive while playing high-level hockey and move on to become the captain of Niagra University’s hockey team. All of these concepts are taught progressively at Ivy Hockey Academy summer camps in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
On-Ice Coaches Tip (Making the Most of Practice Time)
Off-Ice Coaches Tip (How to get in “The Zone”)
Being in “The Zone” refers to when you are performing at the peak of your ability. The zone gives you confidence and it heightens playing ability. You are mentally locked in and absorbed in what is happening on the ice. You feel like you can do anything. So how can you go about achieving this state of mind? Try out the following mental and physical tips:
Put Noah’s hockey tip’s into action this summer by joining Ivy Hockey Academy’s elite staff to better your overall hockey skills both on and off the ice!