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Coaches are key to the success of any hockey team, and they thus require adequate supporting resources to nurture and develop the young players under their care. When preparing for an upcoming season, it is up to coaches to properly develop and implement the best possible program, all while continually improving season-after-season.

Benoit Barbeau's coaching manuals have proven their effectiveness through years of continued use by several elite hockey teams and associations throughout the province of Quebec. Below is a description of each of his published manuals, along with ordering information.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. We'd be happy to help!


YEARLY TEACHING CONTENT FOR ATOM, PEE-WEE, BANTAM AND MIDGET

A comprehensive tool to help coaches plan their upcoming season

This manual is a comprehensive tool designed to help coaches plan their upcoming season. Filled with information about the technical, technico-tactical and basic tactical elements, the Yearly Teaching Content for Atom, Pee-Wee, Bantam and Midget can also be used as a reference book by anyone looking to learn more about ice hockey.


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RECOMMENDED AS A REFERENCE TOOL BY HOCKEY-QUÉBEC

The Yearly Teaching Content for Atom, Pee-Wee, Bantam and Midget and the Ice Hockey Learning Steps Guide were recently featured as recommended reference tools for coaches on Hockey Québec's Web site.

Benoit Barbeau's publications are cited as references at the end of these two documents (French only): Guide des objectifs d'entraînement and Cheminement du joueur 2007.


ICE HOCKEY LEARNING STEPS GUIDE

The indispensable supplement to the Yearly Teaching Content

The companion manual to the Yearly Teaching Content for Atom, Pee-Wee, Bantam and Midget, the Ice Hockey Learning Steps Guide is filled with over 120 exercises that bring depth and clarity to the players' understanding of the elements of the yearly plan.

The Ice Hockey Learning Steps Guide's advanced teaching format helps coaches successfully convey the teaching content without sacrificing fun.


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To order your copy of these publications by Benoit Barbeau, please use our order form.



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