This hockey breakout progression is recommended for advanced teams only

This is a highly effective breakout progression. There are endless ways to change it up to work on different game situations, and it involves many recurring passing patterns. Since there are many possible “points of failure” I only recommend this drill for older, or more advanced hockey teams. Here’s the diagram and explanation:

advanced_breakout_progressionAdvanced Hockey Breakout Progression

1. D to D to Wing
2. D to D to Wing
3. D to D to Wing, one-touch to Center
4. D to D to Wing, one-touch to D who follows up play
5. Start again from the other side

OPTIONAL: Put defensemen on far blue line for a 1 on 1.

Enjoy!!


USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN: