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Goalies and skaters ask, 'how do I be a better teammate?' While I can provide guidance, the real experts are typically in the locker room with you. Whether there's someone specific in mind or your asking the question as a general how-to, the best source for answers is your team. Clear communication of needs and preferences can go a long way. Your teammates know or have a general idea about: -What they need from you, so they can perform in-game (i.e. execute on strategy) -What they need from you, so they can be prepared for a game (space and quiet, to talk and joke, someone to stick handle and pass with, a few reps of some type of shot, etc.) -How they prefer to communicate (in-game, after losses, getting feedback, discussing concerns) -Their personal needs after significant game events, like a loss, injury, bad shift, penalty, etc. -The dynamics and functioning of the team from their perspective and their role in it Your teammates might have an idea about all of the above-listed things specific to you, but don't know for certain. Open lines of communication make it easier for everyone on the team to get what they need to play their best, feel supported and like they're providing support, eliminate assumptions or latent frustrations created through a lack of communication, and enjoy the experience of adult league more overall. In having these conversations, be willing to enter them without judgement, objectively, and with a real interest in listening and executing. I hope this helps! By all means, shoot me topics to write about! Keep your stick on the ice, Mike Stacey Stacey and Associates Athletics www.staceyandassociatesathletics.com Twitter: @MikeatSandA Instagram: @S_and_A_Athletics
Hey Old Guys & Adult League Players! 1.5 Hours of On-Ice Training for Beer League Adult Players $100.00! Bandits is hosting a Mini Clinic just for you! The details: What: 1.5 hours of ice on-ice instruction When: January 12, 2019, 4:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Where: Farmington Hills Ice Arena, 35500 8 Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 48335 Limited spots are available. Due to the high demand, we are limiting sign up to 16 goalies! Contact: Stan Matwijiw, Director of Operations, Bandits Goalie School, email@example.com Contact: Clayton Brown, Head Instructor, Bandits Goalie School, firstname.lastname@example.org For all Adult League Goalies How often do you get to work on your game outside of well, games? Now is your chance! 1.5 hours of on-ice instruction where you will be able to actually practice your game with Professional Coaches. With our instruction you will be able to take your team deep into playoffs this season (sorry, boys! Golf league is starting late this year!). How about this for a New Year's Resolution?! All skill levels are welcome. This is a $250.00 value for only $100.00. For all you goalie that never got instruction - now is your chance! We will work hard, but let's be honest, we gotta be at work on Monday. Please contact owner and Director of Operations, Stan Matwijiw or Head Instructor Clayton Brown to sign up now!