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Objectives:

  • To develop player's skating ability, now using the full length of the ice.

  • To introduce the hockey stop.

  • The players start to play various hockey games that teach the coach and players the game formations and work on skills.

  • Shooting techniques are introduced to enhance their enjoyment of the games.

  • Multi puck games are used to develop split vision and create a lot of puck handling opportunities.

CARD 14 – BALANCE CONTINUED

Players perform the following skating exercises using formation A2:

  • Toe-in, toe out gliding between the blue lines.

  • Group skating knee up between the blue lines.

  • Group skating and doing squats between the blue lines.

  • Group skating and doing squats on the lines.

  • Jump the lines while skating down the ice.

  • Swing one leg forward and back as high as possible between the blue lines.

  • "Shoot the duck" between the blue lines by squatting low on one leg while extending the other leg in

forward.

  • Deep squat between the blue lines.

CARD 19 – D1 BASIC FORMATION

D-coded exercises are the most important part of the teaching system, because they involve the game itself. The other exercises all lead up to the D exercises acting as building blocks for learning how to play in game-like situations.

Teaching points: D1 uses the whole ice with two nets. The model used is the traditional and natural way of learning by playing using "scrimmages", but rule variations enable the coach to use the ice more effectively.

Activity: Play a game of shinny or soccer with all of the players on the ice at once. They score by putting the puck or ball into the net.

CARD 14b – THE HOCKEY STOP

The following exercises are performed using formation A2:

  • Skate forward and hockey stop by sitting low with the knees bent, then extend the right leg forward and turn the toe in 90 degrees and start scrapping the ice. At the same time turn the right shoulder towards the skating direction and then the right hip. This causes the other skate to be parallel to the forward skate. Now scrape the ice with the outside edge of the trailing skate. Do this at each line.

  • Do the hockey stop at each line and cross-over start in the same direction by lifting the trailing skate over the lead skate and then pushing with the outside edge of the lead skate and striding using the inside edge of the other skate.

  • Do the hockey stop at each line and use a running start by facing forward with the toes out and taking four to six quick strides. Stop at the next line.

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HOCKEY COACHING: The ABC’s of International Hockey By Juhani Wahlsten and Tom Molloy

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