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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Rick O’Shay Hockey Targeting System

Rick O’Shay Hockey Targeting System

Hockey Drills, Hockey Equipment, Off-ice Training, Shooting, Skills
The Rick O'Shay gives an alternative perspective to the conventional "Shooter Tutor" style, roll-up canvases. The Rick O'Shay is a great hockey targeting system that gives an alternative perspective to the conventional "Shooter Tutor" style, roll-up canvases. Since it's a 3D mold, there are endless rebound possibilities, which makes for a much more realistic scrimmage experience. Construction: The Rick O'Shay is made of super durable plastic, which will hold up to your hardest shots. In addition to being durable, it is also very light weight, and can be separated into halves, which makes it easier to transport. The Rick O'Shay is fastened to the net with bungee cords that fit between molded channels, which provide a shield against shots. Design: The most obvious difference between the Rick O'Shay and most…
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Cycle Give and Go Drill

Cycle Give and Go Drill

Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Offensive Zone, Passing & Timing, Shooting, Team Skill Drills
Cycle Give and Go Drill The Cycle Give and Go Drill is an awesome way to introduce cycling concepts, and offensive attack patterns. Here's the diagram: Cycle Give and Go Drill 1. Player from line 1 leaves with the puck and walks up the boards, then cycles back to player from line 2 2. Player from line 1 drives through the seam for a give and go pass, receives the pass from player 2, then executes a one-time-shot Variation: After receiving the pass back from player 2, player 1 touch-passes to player 3 or 2 for a one-time-shot Enjoy! USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN:
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Burkart 2 on 2 Deflection

Burkart 2 on 2 Deflection

1 on 1's, 2 on 2's, 2 on 1's, 3 on 2's, Hockey Drills, Individual Skill Drills, Passing & Timing, Shooting, Team Skill Drills
Burkart 2 on 2 Deflection My good buddy, and assistant coach, Josh Burkart showed this one to me a couple of years ago. It's a solid drill that has a pretty quick rotation, so not much standing around once your players pick up the flow of it. Here's the diagram: Burkhart 2 on 2 Deflection Drill 1. (F) passes to (D) then drives net 2. D to D pass and shot 3. (F) deflects, then stays in front 4. Other corner passes out to (D) then drives net 5. D to D pass and shot 6. Other (F) deflects 7. (F)'s swing for a breakout pass then attack 2 on 2 8. After second shot, (D)'s back up 2 on 2 Enjoy! USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN:
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Hockey Shooting Targets: Sniper’s Edge

Hockey Shooting Targets: Sniper’s Edge

Hockey Drills, Hockey Equipment, Individual Skill Drills, Off-ice Training, Shooting, Skills
The Sniper's Edge is an Awesome Hockey Targeting System that Offers Plenty of Versatility A few months ago, I got my hands on the Sniper's Edge from HockeyShot. I had seen this Hockey Targeting System in the past, but hadn't ever used one before. So, I was excited at the chance to give it a whirl, and was impressed with the experience. Product Overview The Sniper's Edge fits over any standard two-car garage door opening, and comes in 2 sizes, 7' x 16' or 8' x 16' (so make sure you measure the height of your garage door before ordering). The unit comes tightly wrapped in a box - make sure you follow the labeling and DON'T USE A KNIFE TO OPEN THE BOX, as you will risk slicing a…
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