A Lisa Brown Ringette Tip
There are 3 secrets to keeping the ringette ring when you’re being checked:
Skate. And by that I mean, really skate – move your feet at top speed and “head for daylight”.
Get to the middle of the ice (away from areas where you can be trapped by checkers).
Hide the ring by “building [...]
By Lisa Brown
Q. I’ve noticed that the best goal-scorers on the national ringette team can somehow score on a triangle by themselves. How can I do that, especially when I’m a small player?!?
A. Here’s my core secret for scoring on the defensive triangle. Don’t miss the video clip — watch it all the way to [...]
Every time you make a pass that is too short or too long, you risk giving the ringette ring to the other team.
A perfect lead pass is one where your teammate does NOT have to change her speed at all.
If your teammate has to speed up to receive the ring, the pass is too far [...]
Your job as a ringette defender when playing one versus one is to “channel”. Channeling is what you do when you try to force an opponent away from the front of your own net.
Too many athletes get burnt 1 v. 1 because they keep the wrong amount of space between them and the ring carrier. [...]