Power Turn Give & Go

Power Turn Give & Go

Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Passing & Timing, Shooting, Skating & Agility
Power Turn Give & Go Awesome drill for working on controlling the puck through a power turn. After going through simulated traffic, players explode out for a give & go pass with coach. Power Turn Give & Go: 1. Power turn through the cones 2. Give & Go with Coach 3. Drive Wide, and Attack the Net USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN: Download PDF Printout Download DrillDraw Import File Add to HockeyShare
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Serpentine Drill

Serpentine Drill

Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Passing & Timing, Shooting, Stickhandling
Serpentine Drill is Great for Youngsters, and Helpful for Older Kids too! The Serpentine Drill is a great progressional drill if you've been working on power turns. This drill develops power turns with the puck, and can incorporate some passing and shooting as well. Here's the diagram and explanation: Serpentine Drill 1. Players line up as shown 2. Puck carrier drives deep, power turns around the low cone, and explodes up ice 3. Puck carrier passes to next player in line, then loops around the high cone 4. Next player passes back to the receiver, then skates up to the center line, picks up a puck, and starts the drill over USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN:
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Center Pass for Mites & Squirts

Center Pass for Mites & Squirts

1 on 1's, 2 on 2's, 2 on 1's, 3 on 2's, Defensive Zone, Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Offensive Zone, Passing & Timing, Shooting, Team Skill Drills
Center Pass is a Great Drill for Younger Age Groups I've been using this drill with my Mite team this year, and have already seen the kids executing it in our games! In the video I show two variations, but you can make more adaptations as you see fit. Here's the diagram and explanation: Center Pass Variation 1: 1. Coach dumps the puck into the corner 2. First player in white line goes and gets it 3. Next player in line goes to the front of the net 4. Pass out from the corner, shot on goal Variation 2: 1. Coach dumps the puck into the corner 2. First player in white line goes and gets it 3. One white and one blue drive the net, white trying to get…
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Weiss Tech Hockey’s Top 5 Most Popular Posts of All Time

Weiss Tech Hockey’s Top 5 Most Popular Posts of All Time

Breakouts, Coaches' Corner, Defensive Zone, Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Off-ice Training, Passing & Timing, Philosophy, Skating & Agility, Speed, Team Skill Drills, Team Systems Drills, Useful Products
Weiss Tech Hockey Reveals its Top 5 Most Popular Posts of All Time I started this blog a little over 4 years ago‚Ķ which is a long time in internet years! It started as a bit of an experiment for me. I wanted to try and use web technology to help local coaches with their practice plans. I'd been playing around with a "new" drill diagrammer I had just come across, DrillDraw, and thought it would be cool to make video explanations of drills using a "digital whiteboard." I started by posting a few video explanations of my favorite drills, and things just kinda took off from there! At that time, nobody was doing digital video explanations, and it seemed to be a method of delivery that resonated with coaches.…
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Swedish 5-Pass & Shot

Swedish 5-Pass & Shot

Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Neutral Zone, Passing & Timing, Regroups, Team Skill Drills, Team Systems Drills
Swedish 5-Pass & Shot The Swedish 5-Pass & Shot drill is a great way to work on some of the passing and skating patterns used in regroups. This is a more advanced drill, so make sure you have the right group for it before giving it a try. Here's the diagram: Swedish 5-Pass & Shot 1. On whistle, first player from each diagonal line leaves without a puck (only one line shown here to keep the diagram simple) 2. First player skates across the blue line, receives a pass from the second player of the opposite line, then touch-passes it back 3. After passing it back, he or she loops around the top of the center-ice circle, receives a pass from the same line he or shee left from, then…
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