Post #131 – 9/10/23 – The Pipeline Weekly Review
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I received a lot of positive feedback on my post last Week – which was great to hear. ‘The Adjustment Phase’ as I call it, happens to most players at every level. As you move up the competitive hockey ladder, the game harder. But it doesn’t have to be all bad news just because you struggle a bit. With struggle comes growth – as long as you have the right mindset and a plan to face the adjustments needed. Enjoy!
Adjusting To A New Age Group Or Level of Play Takes Time. It’s Suppose To Be Hard – Embrace It!
- Moving Up An Age Group Or Competitive Level?
- Not Playing As Well As You Thought To Start The Year?
- Three Ideas To Help You Cope 1) Mindset 2) Adjustments/Improvements 3) Realistic Expectations & Goals
Until Next Time Everyone… Be Well and take Care,
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-Streams in Hockey East this year can be found HERE. Hockey East once again is streaming all game live and for FREE.
-Streams for CHA games with the exception of Penn St. can be found HERE. Paid subscriptions will be necessary to watch games.
-Streams for NEWHA games can be found at each teams’ website. Subscriptions may be necessary to watch games.
NCAA Coaching Changes… Keep up with all the coaching changes across D-I and D-III HERE.
Grant Kimball is founder and contributing writer at Women’s College Hockey.org and beginning his 4th season as an Assistant Coach with the Yale University women’s hockey program. Grant has developed an experienced perspective in the world of women’s ice hockey, having coached and recruited players from across the globe during his 25+ year amateur and NCAA coaching career. He has coached at 6 NCAA DIII and DI programs in the NCHA (D3), the CHA, WCHA, Hockey East, ECAC, and the Ivy League (DI). Beyond coaching, Grant served as a site representative for the 2019 NCAA quarterfinal of the D-I NCAA Tournament. He also currently serves as an Officer with the American Hockey Coaches Association as Vice President of Membership and sits on the AHCA’s Women’s Hockey Executive Committee.