David A. Jensen is featured in the newest edition of the Pure Hockey blog: "The Top 5 Things Hockey Coaches Look for in a Player"
"David A. Jensen has been on both sides of the coach-player relationship at the highest levels. As the top scorer on Team USA at the 1984 Olympics and a veteran of three NHL teams, he has played for some of the best coaches in the world. He now owns and operates DAJ Hockey, New England’s premier hockey skills training company, working to help youngsters develop their game. According to Jensen, it’s most often a player’s intangible qualities—rather than on-ice skills—that separate them from the pack.
“Coaches are always looking for those players who are willing to work harder to improve, take direction well, and serve as role models for their teammates,” Jensen says. Here are the top five ‘intangibles’ he prizes when he evaluates a player."
We are happy to announce that Boston Pride standout Blake Bolden will return as an instructor for our February Vacation Camp -- Feb. 20-23 at the New England Sports Village.
A graduate of Boston College, Blake has established herself as one of the premier defensemen in women's hockey. This weekend she won NWHL shooting skills competition with an 87 MPH slapshot.
Blake will join David A. Jensen, Glen Featherstone and DAJ's veteran skills instructors at the camp.
Register by Feb.14 and save $30 off the camp fee!
DAJ Hockey - Glen Featherstone on Weight Transfer When Shooting.
Don't Miss our February Vacation Camps at the New England Sports Village
David A. Jensen talks with Boston Pride star Blake Bolden after a recent DAJ Power Shooting Clinic at the New England Sports Village in Attleboro, MA.
Read about Blake's inspirational life story.
Photos from January 16 power Shooting Clinic -- Group 2