If you want formcheck and programming/fatigue management advice make separate posts else this will turn into a clusterfuck
Whats your priority? Hockey or lifting? If the answer is both you’re gonna have to live with the fact that training both together is sub optimal for either of the two. Hell I’d go so far as to say there’s a linear interference. Usually you’d build in pre/off season and maintain in season.
Will take your word for it, tho I’d recommend reassessing yourself anyways, that you are eating plenty and appropriately and getting plenty of quality sleeping . Short of PEDs there’s no other ways to significantly improve your fatigue management. So the issue lies in the training and programming.
The texas method is a great intermediate program the gist of which is squeezing in a whole SRA cycle into a week and potentiating that with linear progression. Haven’t read it myself but am under the impression that “Practical Programming” has a section on how to modify the program for athletes with sport commitments. Sounds like it isn’t working optimally for you so are you sure you’ve applied the book properly?
If we rule out an extreme measure like scrapping and switching up your whole program little modifications can optimise your training:
Remove a lift. Depends on your goals/priorities but, for example, taking out the press will free up a lot of your body’s resources
Replace SLDL. The stiff leg deadlift can be just as taxing on your system if not more than a conventional deadlift nervermind doing it with volume (?).
Switch the order around. Squat and deadlifts are two of the most taxing lifts you can do. How can you expect to be fresh for practice after an intensity session with both of these. Switching it around to have a less taxing upper body session before the big weekend could help.
T:bench volume, press volume, chins
T:squat and deadlift intensity
F: bench intensity, press intensity, chins