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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

D Series

Key Points

A) D Drag – O1 skates forward to the pylon, pivots, and a puck; O1 then drags / sprints to the middle and shoots; skate to the pylon on the other side and repeat. Also add a chaser to pressure the shooter. B) The Hinge – think of D1 as a hinge on the PP (the puck should not be trapped there). In this drill, Coach feeds D1 a puck. D1’s options are: i) shoot ii) fake-shot pass to F1 iii) pass to D2 iv) drag the middle QUICK PUCK MOVEMENT IS REQUIRED WHATEVER THE CHOICE IS. Try all the options: start with just D1, then add F1, D2 and F2. F1 and F2 get to the net on all point shots.

Drag / Sprint to middle Quick release Passing Fake-shot pass Drag/sprint to middle Support

Time

Drill Name & Description

5

High Umbrella Series

Key Points

  • A)

    2 Shot - O1 passes to D1 who drags the puck and shoots.

    • -

      O1 skates up side wall to support D1

    • -

      when O1 sees D1 is going to shoot, O1 skates to the net and receives a pass from the Coach for a shot on goal

  • B)

    High Triangle – first objective is to get the puck to the middle by having D1 skate it there or a pass from D1 to D2.

    • -

      use the passing seams, quick puck movement and fake-shot passing to set up 1-time shots

Try all the options: i) D1 drag and shoot ii) D1 drag, then back to O1 for shot iii) D1 to D2 for middle shot iv) D1 to D2, who takes it wide and passes it back to D1 for shot v) cross-seam passes (i.e. O1 to D2 or vice versa)

  • Support

  • Timing

  • Get puck to middle

  • Quick puck movement

  • 1-time shooting

  • Passing

  • 2002, Canadian Hockey Association

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