What have you learned from some NHL old timers like Howe, Mahovlich, Richard or even as far back King Clancy, Charlie Conacher and Howie Morenz? If you’ve never really seen old clips of these players research them online, YouTube or at the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Each new generation takes something from the last and even the one before that 👴🏼🏒

NHL and the game of hockey has such a rich history. Learning about the roots of the game has been one of the greatest investments I’ve made throughout my life to become a developed player. I used to watch these old hockey video tapes as a child, one of them was the top 50 NHL playoff goals of all time. This took me through the games most important moments in history and gave me a foundational understanding of where the game once was and how it’s evolved over the years! This has helped give me purpose, to help every player in the world achieve their fullest potential in hockey. What’s your hockey purpose? What can NHL old timers teach you about it?