Getting started in rep hockey is not easy for first-time parents. Here are some tips to help survive your first season of rep hockey.
Elite Hockey Moms
Hockey Moms offer tips for minor hockey parents on how to organize off-ice team meals, packing for hotels and other advice on living the hockey dream.
Columnist Leanne Brown offers a tongue-in-cheek look at the variety of Hockey Moms you will meet at a rink on any given day. Which type are you?
Author of the book Lessons From Behind the Glass Allyson Tufts explains the power of hockey over players, hockey families and communities.
Forget about selling candy, raffle tickets, going door-to-door, or walking up to people cold to try to raise funds for your hockey team. There’s an app for that.
Comparisons between hockey players on your team can end up causing resentment and hurt feelings.
Hockey is a late specialization sport so waiting until a player is older to specialize is a good strategy during their developmental years.
Planning a team hockey meal is a thankless job but being organized is key to making it a success for everyone involved.