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LEARN FROM THE BEST Canadian Hockey Folgers Coaches ClubTM On-line E-mentoring Series

POWER PLAY DRILL GUIDE

Time

Drill Name & Description

5

Shadow Power Play Breakout

This drill emphasizes timing, passing, support and it serves as a warm up for the goalies. The coach dumps the puck in to start the drill and the goalie sets it up. A unit of 5 breaks out using a power play breakout option, enters the OZ, and runs a play off the PP set. After the play is run and 1 rebound played out, the coach blows his whistle and lays 5 pucks out in the NZ. The unit comes back out, picks up a puck and then shoots one at a time on the goalie in the end they broke out from. Repeat from the other direction with a new unit.

Key Points

  • Timing

  • Passing

  • Support

  • Warm up

goalie

Time

Drill Name & Description

3

5 vs. 1 Pepper Pass

5 X’s line up as shown with an O facing them.

  • O

    starts the drill by passing to the first X in line.

    • -

      X passes it back to O (plays catch)

    • O

      plays catch with each X up and down the

line, then switch the O. Progression: add additional pucks.

Key Points

  • Quick hands

  • Head up

  • Eye Contact

  • Keep hands in front of body

  • Talk

  • 1-Touch passing

Time

Drill Name & Description

4

3 Player Touch Pass

Key Points

Players work in groups of 3 as they skate

around the outside of the ice. The object of the drill is for the 3 players to

pass the puck amongst the group without losing control of it. The lead skater skates backward while the 2 trailers skate forward. Work on all different types of passes.

(i.e. 1-touch, bank, saucer, sweep)

  • Puck control

  • 1-touch passing

  • Quick hands

  • Head up

  • Hands in front of body

  • 2002, Canadian Hockey Association

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