Players: When you come around the team/rink, do you bring energy or steal it?
Those who bring energy: Lead their team, Encourage others and Do whats asked
Those who steal energy: complain, whine & put others down.
Be aware that you are your habits and that your habits affect your performance.
Please Share below clip with players! "FAST FEET" example
Daily Coaching/Staff Reminders:
Success isn't all about talent. It's about being dependable, consistent, coachable, and knowing what you need to do to improve. - Bill Belichick
Sean will spearhead the 10U Dynamo on-ice skill sessions as well as prepare the team for a highly competitive game schedule.
Williams is no stranger to coaching, having spent part of his coaching career at the NCAA Division I and III levels. In addition, has coached at the ACHA (Siena College) collegiate level. Also, has been the Head Coach of the Shaker/Colonie Varsity ice hockey team (Section 2). Currently, he has been the head coach of various 18U and 16U teams in the capital district.
In his playing days, Williams was a four-year member of the SUNY Cortland ice hockey team, member of the SUNYAC. He played his high school career locally at The Albany Academy.
Williams’ coaching philosophy is focused on teaching the necessary skills, philosophies and principles essential to guide young hockey players at the 10U level. Of course this will be done with a “tempo” and “purpose” throughout all aspects of games and practice. Detailed organization while creating “good hockey habits” will drive the 10U “Development” team. Wins and Losses will not be how we judge players progression at the end of the season. The players will be excited to go to practice and be enthusiastic about being part of the Jr Dynamo Program. Winning and Development will be a byproduct of how much passion the players develop/experience throughout the course of the season.