Hockey players around the globe continue skill development thanks to Fall River-developed program

FALL RIVER: A free off-ice hockey program developed in Fall River is keeping hockey players around the world skills sharp as they wait for the go ahead for their seasons to resume due to COVID19.

Greg Gravel is the Program Director behind Stealth Hockey Training, which is offering a free three-week program recently launched.

“The free off-ice hockey program could offer many anxious hockey players and their hockey parents sitting at home waiting for the hockey season to start up again a way to continue developing their hockey skill sets from the comfort of their homes,” said Gravel. “Since our release of the program, we’ve had hundreds of hockey players register on our site and take on our program.”

The program has had players from Germany, Italy, Turkey, Slovenia, Switzerland, Austria, Latvia, Sweden, Iceland, Hungary, Israel, Norway, New Zealand, UK, Denmark, Netherlands as well as all over the US join. Players from almost every corner of Canada have also registered.

“Hockey players all over the world are finding ways to stay busy while working hard at their skill set from the safety of their homes ready to hit the ice ‘running’, so to speak,” he said.

For more information on the program, check out: www.stealthhockeytraining.com.