THE SAVARD SESSIONS
The Savard Session coaching videos are designed to make you a better coach as I share knowledge I have acquired in my lifetime of hockey as a player and coach in the NHL.
I filmed over 40 coaching videos for IceHockeySystems.com including some of my favorite drills and NHL style systems. Below are six videos, to see the full series, check out The Savard Sessions.
KEEPING PLAYERS ACCOUNTABLE
SAVY'S CONTINUOUS BREAKOUT DRILL
SEVEN PASS 2 ON 1 HOCKEY DRILL
Regroup to Backcheck Drill
The 2-1-2 Forecheck explained
BREAKING THE 1-2-2 AND TRAP FORECHECK
Denis Savard announced his partnership with Icehockeysystems.com in 2014, with whom together they have launched the leading online education platform used by hockey coaches worldwide. Denis and Ice Hockey Systems have developed an online portal that offers over 600 animated drills and systems, coaching videos, and advice blogs for coaches of all levels. All drills are offered as both animations and in PDF-format for ease in printing in advance of practices and games. The animations allow for an easy visualization of each drill and can be viewed on mobile devices and tablets, allowing coaches and staff to utilize their devices on the ice for practices or behind the bench for games.
Denis is excited to share his knowledge of the game with the members of Ice Hockey Systems “Becoming a partner in Ice Hockey Systems has given me the opportunity to continue sharing my life’s passion – coaching hockey. I truly look forward to sharing my experience and knowledge of the game with IHS subscribers from around the world, providing an experience to them that I wish was available when I was in the game.”
Ice Hockey System is the go-to resource for more than 5,000 hockey coaches world-wide, and over 2 million page views in the past year. Subscribers pay a recurring monthly, semi-annual or annual membership fee to have access to all of the drills and functionality. As a result, coaches are able to customize and build their own practices and game plans, and easily share them with players. Visit IceHockeySystems.com to learn more!