QuickStickz is an interactive training system specializing in heads-up stick handling training. During the game your head must be up and looking at the computer screen. You’ll need to use your peripheral vision and the feel of the ball on your stick while maneuvering the on-screen puck through a number of challenging drills. Use your own stick to handle the ball. As you stick-handle the ball on the ground in front of the camera those movements are mirrored on-screen, allowing you to control the game.
QuickStickz features progressive drills that range in difficulty. Each one will target a number of stickhandling skills you'll require to become an outstanding stick handler. You'll be practicing soft touches, quick hands, toe drags, narrow & wide dribbling, and more. The techniques you learn and develop with QuickStickz will translate directly to your on-ice ability to handle the puck.
“QuickStickz will give players of all ages the opportunity to reach their full stickhandling potential.”
- Dave Tippet, head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes
“To become a great stick-handler, there is no substitution for hours of repetitive motion.”
- Marc Habscheid, head coach of the Victoria Royals (WHL)
"Products such as QuickStickz will have a large network of users, from beginners to NHL players.”
- James Patrick, assistant coach of the Buffalo Sabres
Practice at home in front of your computer or TV.
Comes with special stickhandling ball and QuickStickz camera.
Connect the QuickStickz camera to any compatible PC.
Use your own stick to control the on-screen action of the puck.
Practice with proper technique every time.
Learn to see the whole game as you become a proficient stick-handler.
Track your progress with your friends and teammates online.
When you've mastered a drill you can further increase the difficulty by adding training devices such as slide boards or bosu balls while stickhandling.
New drills are constantly being developed and are rigorously tested before being made available to members online.
Minimum System Requirements
Microsoft Windows XP (with Service Pack 2), Windows Vista, or Windows 7
Intel Pentium 4 Processor
512 MB of RAM
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+ or Firefox 2+