All great hockey players share the ability to control the puck and stickhandle under game-situation pressure. This talent is developed through training and is essential to improving as a player. On-ice stickhandling skills can be improved off-ice.
The speed at which the puck moves, the quick transition found in the game from offense to defense, and the speed of recognition needed to make game decisions is related to a player’s vision and puck handling skills. The skill set necessary for hockey requires the following: focus, vision and balance, eye-hand coordination, tracking and eye movements.
Peak's 800 sq ft stickhandling zone has everything players need to improve puck control, reaction speed, hand-eye coordination, weight transfer and balance.