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HOCKEY COACHING ABCs

LEARNING THE GAME

CROSS-ICE GAME STRESSING EYE ON THE PUCK/GOOD POSTURE

A fundamental rule is that the players must always face the puck during a game. Everything that hap- pens in hockey is in relation to the puck. The play- ers must see the puck in order to know their playing role and be able to switch from 1 role to the other. This helps eliminate unnecessary turns and useless skating. At the same time the coach can emphasize the proper skating posture,so that players are always in the ready position.

D-2008

LEARNING THE GAME

GAME USING ONLY THE FOREHAND

Play a game where the puck can be controlled only by using the forehand side of the blade. The game affects not only puck-handling but also the movement of the player’s lower body. When the player changes direction he/she must skate around the puck on the backhand side,this causes the hips and shoulders to go in different direc- tions. It is also a good rule for learning to pull the puck toward the skates, to beat a player or pre- pare to shoot.

D-2009

LEARNING THE GAME

GAME USING ONLY THE BACKHAND

Play a game where the puck can be controlled by using only the backhand side of the blade. The game affects not only puck-handling but also the movement of the player’s lower body. When the player changes the direction he/she must skate around the puck on the forehand side, this causes the hips and shoulders to go in different directions.

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