Monday, September 1, 2014

Samuelsson top 5 & the coolest free-hit ever?

Anno 2009 we started to talk Floorball for Hockey on this blog

And it seems that things slowly are moving forward in North America...

Today this jumped up via BC...

"League Owner, Rick Duchesne has been working on the implementation of Floorball after researching the benefits of Floorball for Hockey Players Skill development.

Here are his comments… “Floorball is completely in line with BC Hockey and Hockey Canada and the CS4L|LTAD model. Our number one goal is developing young athletes and strong hockey players, but we also have a responsibility to build life skills across our league so that we do our part in raising happy, healthy, successful kids.

We can do that, all while having a ton of fun, playing this new hybrid form of hockey. Floorball is about speed, skill, finesse and fair play.

The amazing things that you can do with a stick and a ball in Floorball, along with the support from Semiahmoo Minor Hockey led us to embrace Floorball Hockey."

From our perspective nothing can or will stop the massive implementation of floorball for hockey kids... Yes some coaches are slow to adopt to new things - but they will never be able to stop this - they may only slow it down a bit... another 5 years - maybe lol

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Sports are wonderful - a declaration

Some people find joy in dressing up their hands with gloves and beat up other people - fist first - some even do it with no gloves. Some people put helmets on their heads and run head first into others and walls... Some folks call it contact sports.

We here like lightweight balls flying at incredible speeds - balls that is hard to control and demand a lots of speed and co-operation with your team mates to get it all right... and it is though....
We call this Floorball - a modern breed of a more peaceful and fun way to get a good work-out - that works indecently well for kids too.

You should both join and notice us now when we still have spots available :-)

And this is - more or less - all we have to say

;-D tonite!

Friday, August 29, 2014

Two American Sports headed to the Olympics?

"Appearing in the World 

Games is seen as the first step 

on the road to inclusion in the 


 IWGA has just included Lacrosse (we do not have to explain more to Americans) and Floorball... & They did not include kick-boxing and...

Floorball is Floorball American?

These roots looks utterly American to us - right?

IWGA and Floorball what is this? - well these sites describe what is boiling much better that we do here...
or this

You did not see this one coming huh?
- well we did

Fiction Floorball Best Seller to hit the World

A Swedish sport Classic.
A fiction novel on Floorball - going English?
With your help?

Global Floorball Crowdfunding?!!! Go for IT!

Read by thousands of kids in Sweden
The first book in the series InnebandyPiraterna was published in november 2009, written by Swedish Floorball journalist Sölve Dahlgren. It has since been followd by two more books with a fourth to be published in november 2014. Ever since the first book came out there have been requests from players around the world - when can we read the books?

Then name InnebandyPiraterna (Pirates of Floorball) is taken from a company that founds Floorball World Tour, FWT, a global tour with tournaments in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America.

In the first book we meet a Swedish junior team in Helsingborg playing their last season as juniors and will soon be taking the step to senior level - and then the team will be shattered. They read about the new Floorball World Tour and decide to start a journey together. Anton, Emil and the others dream of playing professional floorball. This will be a tough struggle, both on and off the field.

The books have been very popular in Sweden, selling thousands of copies and attracting readers in libraries and schools. Primarily aimed at kids age 10-18, but the book has also been popular among parents that never had the chance to read a floorball novel when they were young.
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!