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Hockey Coaching ABCs

JuhaniWahlsten –Tom Molloy

LEVEL 2

BASIC SKILLS: STICKHANDLING

CARD 36

B3,1-0 BASIC FORMATION

The players line up in 2 lines down the middle of the ice. This formation is used to practice stick- handling and puck-protection skills.

B300-2001

CARD 36b

LEVEL 2

B3, 1-0, MODULE 1

BASIC SKILLS: STICKHANDLING

  • “Stickhandling techniques”.

  • Check the stick length to make sure the player can handle the puck across the front of his/her body, and the stick is long enough to keep the head up.

  • With no gloves, grip the stick using only the top hand.

  • Control the stick with both hands without gloves.

  • Control the stick using only the top hand and roll the wrist.

B300-2002

CARD 37

LEVEL 2

BASIC SKILLS: PUCK-HANDLING

• Stationary puck-handling, move the puck narrow and wide in front and at each side of the body. • Tight forehand turn with the top hand across the body and under the other arm. This helps the players separate the top and bottom halves of their bodies. • Place small pylons or packs about 12 feet/ 4 m e t e r s a p a r t a n d 1 1 2 f e e t / . 5 m e t e r s o n e i t h e side of the blue line, skate around the pylons and carry the puck over the line. The player must reach as far as possible to keep the puck on the line. This separates the movement of the top and bottom halves of the body. • The players can also skate around the pylons but keep the puck on top of the line. This separates the movement of the upper and lower body. B300-2003 r B3, 1-0, MODULE 2

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