C-Pass Give and Go Drill


The C-Pass Give and Go is a great, high-tempo passing drill.

The C-Pass Give and Go is an awesome drill to get your players moving. It is high tempo, and works a lot on giving and receiving passes in motion. This drill should be done at full speed. As your players get the hang of this drill, start pushing them to keep their feet moving throughout the entire drill. Here’s the diagram:

c-pass_give_and_goC-Pass Give and Go
1. First player in each line leaves without a puck, skates the “C,” then receives a pass from the next player in line at about the top of the circle.
2. After receiving the pass, the puck carrier skates into the neutral zone and executes a give and go pass with (P).
3. After picking up the return pass, the puck carrier steps into the high slot and lets a shot go.

Enjoy!

USE THIS DRILL IN YOUR OWN PRACTICE PLAN:


4 thoughts on “C-Pass Give and Go Drill

  • Just what I needed! My PeeWee players need a few decent passing drills before the playoffs. I\’ll have to convert this into a half-ice drill though, but that shouldn\’t be too hard.

  • Just what I needed! My PeeWee players need a few decent passing drills before the playoffs. I’ll have to convert this into a half-ice drill though, but that shouldn’t be too hard.

  • Dennis Hands

    Great Drill Jeremy,

    Thank you for commenting for no deeks as that will take away the tempo of the drill and will take the goalie away from focusing on consecutive shots. Also, since playing the correct angles is key on this drill for the goalie, not having deeks can give them a quick second to reset their angles as needed.

    This is also a great drill for the goalie to work on short angle shots. The goalie should be paying attention to what handed the shooter is. For instance, if it is a right hander coming down the right side, they should make sure to get their catching glove higher (closer to 12 o’clock) to take away the short side top shelf. If it is a left hander coming down the right side, they do not need to do that because if in the right position, the short side top shelf should be a very low percentage shot. Again, great warm up drill, Thanks Jeremy!

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