The billets are coming, the billets are coming! Hockey teams are in the midst of assigning players to billet families. And people are just plain excited. We’ve been getting to know some terrific billet hosts around North America; many of them go out of their way to make the hockey players they’ll host feel right … Read More
A billet family? You want us to do what? If you live in a hockey town, you might hear this question yourself — if you haven’t already. But even regular hockey fans might not know what it means to billet a hockey player. Billeting is a fancy way of saying “an out-of-town player who lives with a … Read More
Maybe you’re new to billeting. Maybe you’re just new to hockey. But when someone starts talking about “my billet player” or “would you consider billeting?” you’ve got questions. Here’s a primer. Billeting And The Hockey World Many sports (like American football or basketball) have a path from club and high school teams to college and pro leagues. … Read More
A common question I get about solving billet problems is this: How can you possibly create billeting rules that apply to everyone? The answer is simple. We don’t. The challenge of billeting is that everyone has different habits and “norms” at home. Instead of suggesting everyone billet a player the same way, Billet Better documents … Read More
‘Tis the season. Good luck, all!
She makes you dinner. Buys you snacks. Ignores your smells. Happy Mother’s Day, Billet Moms.
Relief for billet mom symptoms. #BilletBetter
What’s harder? Players losing their hockey games, or billet moms losing their players?
Look what’s sprouting…
It’s okay. They’re manly tears. #HockeyMemeMonday