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HOCKEY COACHING ABCs

CARD 5b

LEVEL 0

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

• Develop the glide by trying to pass the ball from hand to hand as you stride. • Introduce the bouncing of the ball while walking or gliding across the ice. • Skate across the ice skating under and over hur- dles of different height ranging from 4-28"/10-70 cm. • Skate backwards by passing the ball from hand to hand. • Skate backwards by trying to move a puck between your feet. • Skate forward by passing a puck between your feet. • Skate forward passing the puck between your feet and the ball from hand to hand. A1, MODULE 9

A1-0010 By Gaston Schaeffer

CARD 6

LEVEL 0

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

A1, MODULE 10

  • Skate while passing the puck from 1 foot to the other.

  • Skate while bouncing the ball from hand to hand at the same time as you move from 1 foot to the other.

  • Skate, passing the ball from hand to hand as you skate from 1 foot to the other.

  • Skate, passing the puck between the feet and the ball from hand to hand while skating forward.

  • Same exercise as above but backwards.

  • Put up some hurdles – try to jump over (4"/10 cm) some and slide under others (16"/40 cm).

  • To increase the level of difficulty, add low hurdles, asking the skaters to first step over them while bounc- ing the ball on the ice.

  • Spread pucks around the ice – the players move around the ice and pick up the pucks by bending their knees and keeping a straight back. They then put the pucks into the puck bag. This activity works on the

proper skating posture and balance.

A1-0011

CARD 6b

LEVEL 0

BASIC SKILLS: SKATING

A1, MODULE 11

  • Skate forward and hop over a low hurdle then, as quickly as possible, turn around and catch the ball thrown by a teammate or coaching assistant.

  • Same as above but upon landing turn around in the opposite direction.

  • Skate forward and hop over the hurdle, then fall in a roll – get up, turn around and catch the ball.

  • Same exercise but the other direction (turning around the other way).

  • Jump over a hurdle, crouch under the next

hurdle then do a slalom around 5 pylons on 1 foot, then jump over the last hurdle and catch the ball as you jump.

  • Repeat the same exercise but doing the slalom on the opposite foot.

  • Skate forward and stop – as you stop, you will catch the ball thrown to you at the same time as the com-

mand.

  • Skate backwards – at the command turn around as your the partner throws the ball for you to catch.

  • Same exercise but turn around the other way.

A1-0012

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