In this video, we are going to go over the best stickhandling products to use at home. To start off, we recommend having a flooring product to help with your off-ice shooting, several options would be the Flooring tiles or the Roll-up Shooting pads.
Now when it comes to products recommended for stickhandling, first we need to pinpoint that hockey pucks are still great to use off-ice as well. Secondly, we would have the Green Biscuit, which is even better than a hockey puck as it slides better, it’s lighter and can be used on asphalt, cement, etc.
The great thing about it is it rarely ever flips, which usually happen with a hockey puck, so this product is a must.
Now if we look at some stickhandling balls, we have the Smart Hockey Training Ball and the Swedish Stickhandling Ball. When it comes to the Smart Ball, it is designed and engineered to feel like a hockey puck.
The Swedish wooden ball is much lighter than a normal puck so it allows players to work on stickhandling speed, quickness, etc. Both of these balls are great to practice anywhere as they slide very well.
These are some of the best training products on the market today, as they can really improve your stickhandling skills.
Black Standard 6 oz Pucks
Standard 6 oz black hockey pucks, official size and weight. Manufactured by In Glas Co, an official supplier of the NHL.
HockeyShot is very happy to offer the Flypuck as it’s one of the best off-ice training aids.
These products slide very well on off-ice surfaces such as cement, concrete and asphalt, while simulating the exact glide and feel of an on-ice puck! They are available in 3 different weight classes to either improve your strength, speed or agility.
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The Green Biscuit is an off-ice training hockey puck that will help you and your team develop passing and stickhandling skills that will blow your competition away. Try it and you will agree.
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Swedish Stickhandling Wooden Ball
This 2′ hardwood ball is a great tool that a player can use to develop soft, quick hands. Think of the Swedish Stickhandling ball as the ‘Speed bag’ of stickhandling training.