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HOCKEY COACHING ABCs

LEARNING THE GAME

PLAYING ROLES 1-2-3-4 IN PRACTICE

5 cross-ice games. The players experience the 4 playing roles in practice during a 2-on-2 game. The players continuously change their playing roles from puck carrier (number 1) to offensive support (number 2), or closest checker (number 3) to defensive support (number 4). The players are organized in pairs and play a cross-ice game for 2 minutes. When the game ends the players on 1 side of the ice move down 1 goal, with the play- ers at 1 end moving to the empty goal at the other end. Play 1 game against each team on the other side of the rink;the players keep track of their wins, losses and ties.

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LEARNING THE GAME

THE NUMBER OF PASSES AND LEARNING THE GAME

An effective way to teach the 4 playing roles is to have rules about how many passes are allowed. The fewer passes the more individual play (role number 1and role number 3). The more passes the more team play (role number 2 and number 4).

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LEARNING THE GAME

CHANGING THE 4 PLAYING ROLES WITH MORE THAN 2 PLAYERS

When the players understand the constant chang- ing of playing roles in the 2-on-2 games they are ready for 3-on-3 and then 4-on-4 games. These games add the dimensions of the triangle and box in offensive and defensive situations. Play a cross- ice game in each zone for 2 minutes, then have the teams on 1 side move down 1 goal; the last team go to the empty net at the other end of the rink.

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