12
January
2017
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01:41
America/Tegucigalpa

How to be a good hockey parent

UAlberta coaches, players and sports researchers offer dos and don’ts for parents of young hockey players.

By SALENA KITTERINGHAM and MATT GUTSCH

We’ve all seen them: bullying, belligerent hockey parents who belittle their kids, scream at refs and question every move the coach makes. But it doesn’t have to be that way. When it comes to cheering on your kids, positivity, encouragement and sportsmanship are as important in the stands as they are on the ice.

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