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3 Tips That Will Help You Score More Goals in Ice Hockey – Part One

Ice hockey is all about scoring goals and almost every player dreams about winning scoring titles.

Only a few are natural born goal scorers though.

My guess is that you too want to lead the league in scoring sometime and therefore I will give you a few tips on how you can improve your own hockey game and become a more frequent goal scorer.

To lead the league in scoring might be setting your personal goals too high though.

Goals should be set high, but they should always be realistic too. You must believe and feel that you have a chance achieving your goals.

Just take a few minutes to think about what kind of ice hockey player you are:

- If you are a natural scorer and feel that you can win a scoring title that should definitely be your goal for the season.

- If you’re not a natural goal scorer, maybe your goal should be to score ten, twenty or thirty goals.

Knowing what kind of hockey player you are will make it easier for you to set realistic goals for yourself.

I say it again, because it is important:

Goals should always be realistic and you can very well divide your main goal into smaller steps.

For example, your goal could be to score five or eight goals every month. Making these goals will give you a good feeling about yourself and you can easily measure what you are achieving.

This article will be continued in “3 Tips That Will Help You Score More Goals in Ice Hockey – Part Two”.

About the Author

At HockeyTribute.com you can read more about NHL hockey and famous ice hockey players.

Johnny McKenzie