Kudos to the coaches who are finding ways to keep players engaged, competing, and improving! Scroll down to check out the November / December 2020 PowerPlayer Top 5 leaderboards.
Coaches all over the hockey world are using the PowerPlayer platform to inform and empower their players, make better coaching decisions, and to build stronger relationships with parents.
Want to give players instant feedback after tryouts, evaluations, clinics, camps, practices, or games? With PowerPlayer QuickRate you can provide insight, instruction, and motivation to each and every athlete in just a matter of minutes.
Remember way back when? Coaches were coaching and players were playing. We’ll all get back to all those good things as soon as we crush the coronavirus, but in the meantime, we wanted to recognize the coaches who topped our feedback leaderboards through January, February, and March of 2020.
When players receive private, instructional, and motivational PowerPlayer feedback directly from their coaches, good things happen. They learn faster, and they gain confidence because they understand exactly what coaches are seeing in them and what they need to do to improve. But best of all, they feel respected.
Players love to know how they’re doing, and what they need to do to get better. PowerPlayer delivers comparables that help them understand their personal strengths and challenges relative to their peer groups. That’s feedback they can count on to help drive improvement.
The old mantra may be a bit of a cliché, but it’s essentially true. When it comes to youth hockey, the current measurement system prioritizes games, where effort can produce wins, but it virtually ignores practice, where effort can produce winners. Until now.
Competitive teams are composed of all kinds of players in the right combinations. PowerPlayer metrics and ratings help players understand where their personal value lies, and help coaches put them in positions to succeed.
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If you’re a hockey director, coach, general manager, or administrator looking to establish an account for your club or team, please contact us.