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YCH News, Issue #022 -- Conor Doherty Star Factory Fitness Interview
October 22, 2013
Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!
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This month we chat with Conor Doherty of Star Factory Fitness. Conor is certified as a Personal Training Specialist and focuses on helping Peewee through Bantams develop and improve their fitness for hockey. He provides us with some great insights about how much rest a player should take and ratios of games to practice to rest. Click on Conor Doherty Star Factory Fitness to read the complete interview.
This is a new feature we are adding to the YCH News this month. We will have a different team or topic each month. Each article will provide 10 not so well known bits of information to your research. The goal of this information is to help you gather all the information to find the school and team that is the right fit for you.
This month we focus on Curry College. Click on this link for 10 Things You May Not Know About Curry College to help you in your team and school research.
The hockey season is in full swing. You've finished your training camp, had some exhibition games and probably a tourney or two. Now your league games have started and your season is completely underway.
So, you have the hockey part of the equation covered, but what about the rest of the details that are part of the recruiting process? Have you considered things like your SAT's, your profile, your resume and possibly videos of your games?
There's a lot to remember and take care of in the NCAA recruiting process. You can use the"Your College Hockey Recruiting Checklist" to stay on track with all of your recruiting details.YCH Blog to stay up to date.
The men's and women's D1 ice hockey has started its schedule for the 2013 - 2014 season. Some teams have gotten off to a good start in non conference action.
Some of the teams in the men's side include Clarkson with a 4-1-1 start in non conference action as well as Northeastern at 4-0, Notre Dame at 4-0 and Alaska Anchorage at 3-1.
On the women's side Minnesota is 4-0 in conference play and 6-0 overall, Boston College is-1 overall and 1-1 in conference play and Quinnipiac is 5-0-1 in non conference play.Google+ page as we share insights, information and updates in the college hockey world.
We have a new interactive feature at YCH News. You can join our team and be a YCH Blogger. Share your favorite recruiting stories, your best recruiting tips or be a playoff blogger and follow your favorite team on their journey to the Frozen Four.
In our other interactive features, you can ask questions and receive answers from an NCAA coach so you can learn more about the NCAA process in our "Ask the Coach" section.
You can start to pass along your thoughts and information in three of our already operating interactive sections. Let other players know why you are choosing to Play College Hockey. in our "Why Play College Hockey" section.
Now, at Your-College-Hockey.com, you can follow all the college hockey news stories stories from the world wide major news sources at Google and Bing. You can provide comments on the news and, best of all, you can become a reporter and an editor
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