Drive Drill Race



Here’s a Great Hockey Angling Drill!

The Drive Drill Race is a great hockey angling drill that can be used at any age or skill level. Here’s what it looks like:


Drive Drill Race Explanation:

1. (F) makes give and go with (P)
2. (D) can’t leave until (F) has received the pass
3. 1 on 1 to the net


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4 Blueline Warm-up



Here’s a Fantastic Hockey Warm-up Drill with a Five-Phase Progression!

The 4 Blueline Warm-up is part of the Scott Fukami drill collections available through DrillDraw. If you already own DrillDraw, you should really take a look at these. They’re phenomenal. This drill has 5 phases, or sequences. Here’s what they look like:

PHASE 1:
**Drill starts on the whistle. Both ends at the same time.

On the whistle, (1) skates across the blueline and makes a pass to (2). Return pass to (1) for a shot on the (G).

Stretch Pass : see Seq. # 2.

PHASE 2:
**Drill starts on the whistle. Both ends at the same time.

Stretch Pass :

On the whistle, (1) skates across the blueline and makes a pass to (2). Return pass to (1). (1) makes a pass to (3) and continues to the blueline. (3) makes a stretch pass to (1) on the opposite blueline for a shot on the (G).

Full-circle Stretch Pass : see Seq. # 3.

PHASE 3:
**Drill starts on the whistle. Both ends at the same time.
Full-circle Stretch Pass : (only one side shown)

On the whistle, (1) skates across the blueline and makes a pass to (2). Return pass to (1). (1) makes a pass to (3) and continues full-circle to the opposite blueline. (3) makes a stretch pass to (1) on the opposite blueline for a shot on the (G).

Double Regroup Stretch Pass : see Seq. # 4.

PHASE 4:
**Drill starts on the whistle. Both ends at the same time.

Double Regroup Stretch Pass : (only one side shown)

On the whistle, (1) skates across the blueline and makes a pass to (2). Return pass to (1). (1) makes a pass to (3) and continues full-circle to the opposite blueline. (1) turns to the boards. (3) makes a stretch pass to (1) for a shot on the (G).

PHASE 5:
**Drill starts on the whistle. Both ends at the same time.

Mohawk Turn Stretch Pass : (only one side shown)

On the whistle, (1) skates across the blueline and makes a pass to (2). Return pass to (1). (1) makes a pass to (3) and makes a mohawk turn to the boards. (3) makes a cross-ice pass to (2). (2) makes a stretch pass to (1) on the opposite blueline for a shot on the (G).

Enjoy!!


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Hockey Breakout Drill



This is an Excellent Hockey Breakout Drill to Teach the Patterns of Game Situations

Many hockey situations occur in patterns. This simple hockey breakout drill breaks down these patterns into their simplest form, then puts them back together in sequence to mimic a game situation. Here’s the diagram and explanation:

Hockey Breakout Progression:

PHASE 1:
1.Set up forwards on the blue line, with defensemen on the close hash mark. Defenseman who is going steps out to the dot
2.On whistle, first forward in line passes to the defenseman, then skates down around the bottom of the circle and opens up for a breakout pass
3.Defenseman skates behind the net, then passes to the forward on the boards, who skates down for a shot

Note: Teach forwards to pivot and keep their eyes on the passer while receiving the pass

PHASE 2:
1.Same set-up as phase 1
2.On whistle, first forward passes to the defenseman, then skates the same route as in phase one
3.Second forward in line plays the role of the centerman, and “shadows” the defenseman, who is skating the puck behind the net
4.Pass is made to the board-side forward, then a touch pass to the second forward, who is swinging through for support
5.Forwards attack 2 on 0

Note: As players improve, open up the option for a middle breakout to the second forward

PHASE 3:
1.Same set-up as phases 1 and 2
2.Drill begins the same as in phases 1 and 2, this time we add the third forward as a breakaway man
3.The third forward times the play so he is breaking through the middle for a pass as the second forward receives the pass and gains control of the puck
4.Players attack 3 on 0 using the attack triangle

Note: Be creative with this set-up. Try adding a second defenseman for a D to D pass in stead of skating it behind the net. Open up multiple breakout options.

PHASE 4:
1.Same set-up as phases 1, 2, and 3, except now it ends in a 3 on 1, or a 3 on 2

Note: Remind forwards to keep their heads up in the neutral zone. Work with your defensemen on judging when and when not to step up and intercept the stretch pass

Enjoy!


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