Player/Coach When Your Team Is Bad
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03-27-2013, 12:24 PM
Join Date: Jul 2012
I think if you explain that you as the goalie have arguably the best view of the ice and the plays developing, that it would prevent people from thinking of you as a know-it-all.
I would also say that it's best to find the one or two players who seem interested to learn, and give them advice/teach them positioning etc. Then when those players improve, others on the team might take notice, and ask them (or you) for advice.
I think you might already think this way, but addressing the whole room at once seems like a bad idea to me.
It's tough, because you have to appreciate a balance in your teammates' desire to get better and to just have fun. Good luck!
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