Hockey Drills

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Hockey Share Drill of the Week: 2 Pass 2 Shot - Hockey Coaching Tips & Videos by the Pros Hockey Workouts, Hockey Drills, Dek Hockey, Passing Drills, Tennis Grips, Hockey Training, Hockey Coach, Tennis Accessories, Ice Rink

Hockey Share Drill of the Week: 2 Pass 2 Shot - The Coaches Site

Description: F passes to D D steps around cone while F swings to boards D passes to F and drives wide and shoots D skates to blue line, picks up puck, walks blue line and shoots while F screens For more Drills visit Hockey Share at HockeyShare.com and check out these other great drills on our Blog Access to ...

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Wiseman Drill

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Hockey Drills

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Quick Transition 2 on 1

This is a good 2 on 1 drill for defense. To set up, place all pucks in the corner with the forwards and get all defense at center ice. On the whistle, D1 skates hard to the blue line and receives a pass from F1. D1 walks the puck to the middle and shoots on net. F1 and F2 then skate around the net and receive a pass form the next forward in line. F1 and F2 then take on D1 in a 2 on 1 situation.

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Four Lines Overspeed Shooting #2

This drill focuses on footspeed. It is an overspeed drill where players should be moving their feet the entire time. Players start without a puck and skate to the blue line where they do quick cross-overs and skate back towards the line from which they started. Again they do quick cross-overs towards the middle of the ice then call for the puck as they skate towards they outside. When they receive the puck they attack the outside and move their feet down past the hash marks. They should sell…

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Controlled Skating Breakout Drill

Controlled Skating Breakout Drill

Get your fill of battles, defensive zone coverage, point shots, and full-ice all in one drill from Mike Weaver and CoachThem. Dek Hockey, 1 Vs 1, Hockey Drills, Hockey Training, Hockey Coach, Nashville, Slot, Fill, Coaching

CoachThem Drill of the Week: Nashville Slot Protect 1 vs 1

Get your fill of battles, defensive zone coverage, point shots, and full-ice 1on1's all in one drill from Mike Weaver and CoachThem.

CoachThem Hockey Drill of the Week: 1-touch neutral zone regroup Hockey Drills, Hockey Training, Neutral, Touch, Skates, Coaching, Hockey Workouts, Training

CoachThem Hockey Drill of the Week: 1-touch neutral zone regroup

This drill is a great warmup drill that integrates quick puck exchanges and zone entry pressure from the coaches.

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5-Card Skating Drill

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Tight Swivel Puck Control

This drill focuses on tight control turns while maintaining control of the puck. Set up the drill as shown in the diagram with the pucks (or cones) arranged around the circle with each puck about a stick length apart. In order to make the control turns players will need to work on using their hips to reverse their direction. This can be a challenging drill to do at a fast pace. It is good to start slow and work on the technique and then work up to where they can do it at a faster pace.