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Hockey Coaching ABCs

CARD 48

LEVEL 2

D, ROLE 1: PUCK-PROTECTION SKILL

CARD 48b

LEVEL 2

D, ROLE 1: STICK-HANDLING SKILL

CARD 49

LEVEL 2

D, ROLE 1

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JuhaniWahlsten –Tom Molloy

LEARNING THE GAME

GAME HOLDING THE STICK WITH ONLY THE TOP HAND AND PROTECTING THE PUCK

The players are only allowed to hold the stick with 1 hand. This causes them to set up a wall to pro- tect the puck with the body, and skate to open ice away from pressure.

D-2011

LEARNING THE GAME

GAME WITH HANDS CLOSE TOGETHER NEAR THE TOP OF THE STICK

Play a half-ice game of 1-on-1. The rule is the hands must be close together at the top of the stick. This enables the puck carrier to make big moves, roll the wrists and manipulate the puck more easily

D-2012

LEARNING THE GAME

FAST HANDS

Everyone skates with a puck in 1 zone and weaves through the players using fakes and quick hands. On the whistle the players go full speed for 5-7 sec- onds and then go slower on the next whistle. Move the puck as quickly as possible during the speed bursts.

  • Another activity is to have half of the players stand still with their sticks on the ice in front of them. The other players weave in and out making fakes and moves. The active players go fast for 7- 10 seconds. They stand when the whistle goes and the resting group is active.

D-2013

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