Hockey parents are typically known for their large SUVs and competitive attitudes in the stands. These are traits that make up many hockey parents across America. But what if you wanted to be more than just an average hockey parent? What if you could train yourself to become an elite hockey parent? Often parents just drop their players off at practice but do little to improve upon their own ability to be the most elite hockey parent in the rink. Below are some tips for hockey parents looking to rise the ranks in elite hockey parenting.
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