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JuhaniWahlsten –Tom Molloy

HOCKEY COACHING ABCs

CARD 25

LEVEL 1

GAMES PLAYED USING 2 OR 3 PUCKS

PLAYING WITH 3 PUCKS

D1, ROLES 1 AND 3

Playing with 3 pucks causes some things to happen naturally. The players must look around with their heads on a swivel so they know what is happening behind them. Some methods are: everyone on the ice; 5-on-5 with line changes. Keep score and the team that scores twice wins. Next game start with 2 pucks, then 1. In order to avoid confusion, have only 3 pucks on the ice at 1 time, the extra pucks can be on top of the nets. Another idea is a timed game where the goalie puts the puck back into play after a goal.

D-1003

CARD 25b

LEVEL 1

GAMES PLAYED USING 2 PUCKS

PLAYING WITH 2 PUCKS

Playing with 2 pucks has the same basic purpose in the system as all multi-puck games. The goalie puts the puck back into play after a goal. A good tech- nique is to give a point to the team that scores 2 goals. Playing with 2 pucks at more advanced lev- els is a good read-and-react exercise when you play situations such as 3-on-3.

D, ROLES 1 AND 3

D-1004

CARD 26

LEVEL 1

E1 BASIC FORMATION

COOL DOWN/SHOOTOUT

E1 exercises are meant to give the team a good way to finish the practice. The formation is the same as B4 and C1.

  • 1.

    Every player gets 1 shot at each net.

    • a.

      Score 2 goals; practice is over; hit the showers.

    • b.

      1 goal; skate 1 lap; go off the ice.

    • c.

      No goals; skate 2 laps.

Teaching points: Team contests, like a shootout where players take penalty shots, are fun for the shooters and the goalies.

E1-1001

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