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ABOUT: Services

Kolton Aubol

Founder & Lead Instructor

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Raised in East Grand Forks, MN, the northern Minnesota native gained his playing knowledge from various different high level youth and junior hockey programs. He attended East Grand Fork's high school where he played for the Green Wave program ('11-'13). During his time with the Green Wave, he tallied over 32 goals and 27 assists. He also helped lead his team to MSHSL playoffs for 3 consecutive years. 

After high school he transitioned quickly into the junior hockey league (NAHL) with the Bismarck Bobcats. He played one season with the Bobcats before he joined the Alexandria Blizzard (NA3HL) in 2014. After a short stint with Alexandria, God led his heart towards coaching.

 

His coaching career began as a Lead Instructor at both Burggraf Skating of Fargo, ND and The Hockey Academy in Grand Forks, ND. In 2015 He was added on staff with the University of North Dakota Men's Hockey Team ('15-'18), focusing on Video Training. It was at UND where he was blessed to be apart of their staff for the 2016 NCAA championship.

Currently, he resides in San Jose CA with his Wife where he is the 14AAA Head Coach for the San Jose Jr. Sharks Program. His focus is on building better people first and better players second

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Hockey IQ 
 

Every time players hit the ice, they are primarily working on four of the five basic skills required of hockey; skating, stick skills, passing, and shooting. The fifth, and one of the most important basic skills, is is your Hockey IQ.

During our Lessons we teach players how to think about the game at a higher level than their opponents and how to make better and faster decisions on the ice. These skills are critical to being a fully developed player and are the difference between just an average player and a great, impactful, player.

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WHY AHS?

Our Purpose is to assist players along their hockey development path. Every players' path is unique and requires a different type of training. Playing at a higher level requires higher physical skills and a higher hockey knowledge. Knowledge of the game is the most important and typically the last to be worked on.

 

For players who want the next level advantage, Aubol Hockey School will educate on the smallest details to the highest degree. We build on all 5 of the hockey skills from the brain to the feet. We will teach the when, the when not, the why, and the why not, to make the most effective decision quicker then your opponent. 

Ask yourself; If you have a great shot, but are never in a position to use it, is your shot effective? 

Aubol Hockey School will help you break these type of questions down to be the best player you were made to be.

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