Learn to Stickhandle Online with HockeyShot’s Online Stickhandling Videos!

Do you want to stickhandle better? Learn and master stickhandling skills with HockeyShot.com's professional stickhandling instructors, Lance Pitlick and Sean Skinner. They will lead you through step-by-step instructions giving you the foundation hockey skills to do moves like Crosby, Datsyuk and Ovechkin.

Purpose: The HockeyShot Online Stickhandling Programs have been developed to help players of all levels learn and master Stickhandling skills. All you need is a stick and Stickhandling ball. Let former NHL player Lance Pitlick and Master Stickhandler Sean Skinner teach you how to become a top notch stickhandler!

Pro Level Instructions: All of our hockey training videos are demonstrated by professional stickhandling instructors, Lance Pitlick and Sean Skinner. They will lead you through step-by-step instructions giving you the foundation hockey skills to do moves like Crosby, Datsyuk and Ovechkin (you could put your own name in here!).

Progressive system of drills: A new training module of progressive video-based hockey drills is released eachweek. Each training module contains 15 to 20 exercises in seven important areas of stickhandling such as the top hand wrist roll, basic Dribbling drills, Fakes and Moves, Cupping and Reach drills as well as Puck Tricks. These step by step video explanations help reinforce the proper stickhandling techniques. After watching the videos, it is your job to print off the lesson plans for the week and start stickhandling with a direction and purpose!

Feedback: All of our programs have a weekly Testing Module that the player is able to track his or her times in a range of skill categories, in order to monitor their development. This helps determine their strengths and weaknesses to better allow them to focus on the areas that require additional training. With well over 150 drills to watch and practice, you will not find a better hockey training system to teach you stickhandling — anywhere! Everything you do off-ice in our hockey drills will directly relate to your stickhandling on the ice.

Price: Starting at $44.95

HockeyShot Stickhandling Programs
Program Save Price
All-Star 1 - week 1 to 5 $44.95
All-Star 1 - week 6 to 10 $44.95
All-Star 1 - week 1 to 10 $10.00 $79.95
All-Star 2 - week 1 to 5 $54.95
All-Star 2 - week 6 to 10 $54.95
All-Star 2 - week 1 to 10 $10.00 $99.95
All-Star 1-2 - full serie $20.00 $179.95

Our Instructors:

HockeyShot Online Stickhandling takes your hockey training to next level. Former NHL’er Lance Pitlick and Sean Skinner (master stickhandler) show you what you need to do every step of the way to give you the moves to make your own highlight reel.

Many instructors have great skills, but there are far fewer that are great teachers. Lance and Sean have joined forces to form an unprecedented all-star team of stickhandling trainers to take you to the next level.

  • Lance Pitlick: A native of Minneapolis, Lance Pitlick played High School Hockey for Robbinsdale Cooper and joined the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Hockey Team in 1986, playing in the NCAA Championship game in 1989. Lance was drafted in 1986 by the hometown Minnesota North Stars and went on to play eight years in the National hockey league; five seasons with the Ottawa Senators and three years with the Florida Panthers. He retired from the NHL in 2003. A gritty stay-at-home, physical defenseman known for his tutelage of younger players, Lance turned his efforts toward coaching and skill development following his retirement and has been heavily involved in minor hockey in Minnesota.

  • Sean Skinner is a world renowned trainer whose list of hockey accomplishments include stickhandling training for six National Hockey League teams, and numerous national teams including the United States Women's Olympic Team. Sean has produced several popular DVD’s – including the #1 stickhandling DVD series Stick Handling Beyond Belief, as well as titles such as Breakaways, Penalty Shots and Shoot-outs!, and International Hockey Skating Summit. He also serves as a leader in educating coaches on stickhandling through speaking at major coaching symposiums worldwide.


“It was my seventh year pro when I finally learned the fundamentals of stick handling. I feel more confident in making plays and trying moves now that I never would have thought about trying. If you want to be the best hockey player you can be, this program is a must. I'd recommend this to any hockey player, no matter what level you are at. Players don't practice stick handling and it's an edge you can get on a lot of players ( or competition).” –Tim Jackman, NY Islanders

“A lot of players do weight training and cardio, but very few work on their game. Stick handling is such a huge part of today's game and you can't get by unless you are proficient at it. The more comfortable you feel with the puck, the more time you gain to make a play. I wish I would have learned about this when I was younger. I think this program is something I'll continue to sign-up for every year until I hang it up. Onlinestickhanding.com, if you want to get better and be a complete hockey player, this program is a must and you have to go do it.” –Matt Smaby, Tampa Bay Lightings

“Never once did I have to ask my son to practice his stick handling. It was fun and challenging for him and he couldn't wait to master the next drill. –Chad N.

My son noticed improvement in his puck handling skills through this program, due to the quality of instruction and drills. –Jeff H.

Editor's Note: For a limited-time, when you use the code “teamcares″ at HockeyShot.com, you will receive 10% off any purchase.
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