End2End Hockey was established by Scott Brandes in 2007. Scott started End2End after establishing his name in St. Louis as a hockey coach and skills instructor by coaching high level teams, and training players of all ages and levels for over 10 years prior. Scott felt there was a need to develop better training opportunities for hockey players. He realized that skill development was not emphasized enough in team hockey practices. Scott also feels that many team hockey coaches don’t have the expertise to communicate the techniques needed to improve a players athleticism to further their skills.
End2End Hockey specializes on hockey training that teaches physical skill development and the mental education of hockey players of all ages and levels. Using technical methods developed over the past 20 years, we focus on teaching skills needed for Power Skating, Stick Handling, Shooting, Passing, Competitive Battling, Defensive and Body Play, and Goal Scoring. End2End Hockey offers Hockey Camps of different styles and durations. We conduct Private and Semi-Private Lessons offered by multiple End2End Hockey Instructors. Our top instructors are also available to work with your hockey team or selected group of players.
End2End Hockey will give your player the necessary skill progression needed to enjoy the game and play hockey at a high level. Having worked with thousands of hockey players as well as over two dozen that did, or are currently playing at the professional level, our techniques have proven to allow players to be successful. We help players develop a positive attitude for training by using fun and enjoyment to facilitate learning. After using our hockey training your player will have increased their athleticism, knowledge and overall technical ability to perform the skills needed to further their game.
Why End2End Hockey over other training options?
Due to our experience level, we will provide the most appropriate level of instruction by matching a players skill level with the correct motivation techniques.We understand how to design drills to keep players moving and challenged.We know how important it is to correct technique to a certain level without taking the flow out of practice.We do a better job than other trainers at finding the important details to emphasize without over correcting and taking the fun out of practice.We understand that every player is different and that it is our job to determine how much instruction each player can handle.Over teaching a player that doesn’t want to be taught too much that day, can be a waste of time and takes away attention for the players that want to be taught that day.Players can change day to day in that way.We keep all these critical details in mind constantly while training your hockey player.