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Hockey Coaching ABCs

JuhaniWahlsten –Tom Molloy

CARD 4

LEVEL 0

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

A1, MODULE 6

  • Glide on 1 foot while the other knee is held up.

  • T-push start with glide.

  • Push a partner down the ice.

  • "Flat-footed skating", skating forward with both skates on ice.

  • Glide on 1 skate.

  • Glide on 1 skate with the other knee raised.

  • Thrust and push with 1 skate while gliding on the other.

  • Skate forward and do a 1-foot gliding stop by

extending 1 skate in front and sitting low with knees bent and scraping the ice in front by turning the blade toward the middle so the inside edge is pushing against the ice.

  • Skate backwards and do a 1-foot stop by extending 1 skate behind and sitting low with knees bent and

scrape the ice behind by turning the blade toward the outside so the inside edge is pushing against the ice. A1-0007

CARD 4b

LEVEL 0

A1, MODULE 7

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

  • Walk across the ice.

  • While standing on the same spot, try and bend the body in all possible positions.

  • Walk to a puck, bend ove , pick up the puck, return to starting point and repeat.

  • While standing try to stand on 1 foot, then the other.

  • Walk and then glide on 2 feet.

  • Take a puck in your hand and throw it ahead of you; go to it; pick it up and repeat the exercise until you have crossed the width of the rink.

A1-0008 By Gaston Schaeffer

CARD 5

LEVEL 0

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

• Walk on ice. • The coach spreads pucks all around on the other side of the ice. Walk to where the pucks are, by stepping over the sticks laid on the ice. See how many pucks you can collect. • Put hurdles on the ice (24-28"/60-70 cm in height) get the skaters to pass under hurdles to go and collect the pucks (this forces them to bend the knees). • Combine the going over the sticks and under the hurdles, to provide a new challenge. • Introduce the tennis ball. Start by having skaters pass the ball from hand to hand while walking across the width of the arena. • Try to do the same thing while skating backwards for a short period of time (to prevent boredom and frustration). A1-0009 A1, MODULE 8

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