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Hockey Coaching ABCs

CARD 54

LEVEL 2

D, ROLE 1

CARD 54b

LEVEL 2

E1, CONTEST

CARD 55

LEVEL 2

GOALTENDING TECHNIQUE

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JuhaniWahlsten –Tom Molloy

LEARNING THE GAME

QUICK HANDS AND FEET GAME

The development of the speed of the hands is often ignored when introducing hockey skills. When playing in tight, crowded areas, both quick hands and quick feet, moving at maximum speed, are needed for the player to escape to open ice. When the hands and feet both move there is a sep- aration of the upper and lower body motion, and this makes the player difficult to defend.

D-2023

LEARNING THE GAME

3 options for a shootout, using 2 teams versus goalies, goalie versus goalie, etc.:

  • 1.

    1 team versus the other team. Each player gets 1 shot on each goal. The total goals for the team are counted.

  • 2.

    2 teams versus goalies. All players shoot on each goal, saves versus goals against are calculated.

  • 3.

    Goalie versus goalie. The same as number 2, only the goalies compare how many saves they each make.

E1-2001

COOL DOWN/ GOALTENDING

G1, 01 • Practice basic positioning; alignment, crease position, angles.

G1, 02 • Work on lateral movement, angle align- ment, telescoping.

G-2001

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