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DT100 - Continuous 2-1 - D Join Attack – Pro

Key Points:

One puck game. If the puck is dumped out regroup and attack again. This transition game can be played like a continuous drill with the new players giving passive support. Another way is to play as a game and the new forwards help defend deep in the zone and the new offensive defenseman is part of the attack. So it is just an efficient was of changing lines on the go. This is the most game like practice drill/game a coach can use. Basically you can create any numerical situation or isolate team skills like the breakout and forecheck by making the attacking team dump the puck in. This video has the new players giving passive support. Examples of active and passive support full ice.

DT100 - Continuous 2-1 and 2-2 - Detroit
https://youtu.be/eUVJXyP_cSA

DT100 Continuous 2-2 Passive Support - Prospects
https://youtu.be/sk4z4ul7rao

Description:

1. Attack 2-1 and two forwards give support to the D and one D follow to support the offense.
2. Defending team break out 2-1 and the D join to make it a 3-1.
3. Two defending F and one attacking D follow the play into the zone.
4. Make a 2-2 by two F and two D joining the play and one D be part of the rush.
5. This flow can be done from 1-1 which would make a 2-1 on the rush.
6. With a D joining a 2-1 is a 3-1 rush, 2-2 is a 3-2 rush.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20191130192416678

https://youtu.be/DHt3sCTOULA


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T4 - Low 2-2 - Backtrack to 5-5 – Pro

Key Points:

Extra players are on the bench. Move the puck through the neutral zone quickly. Get a shot on net on the first rush. Support from the three lanes on the regroup.

Description:


1. 2 on 2 in front, 3 attacking forwards, 2 defensemen and 1 back checker at the top of the circles.
2. Coach pass to a forward in front and they try to score vs the two defenders about 10”.
3. Coach put in a second puck if the puck is out of play.
4. On whistle 3 forward attack vs. the two D and one F back pressure.
5. Original attacking forwards back track and the original two D join the rush.
6. Play 5-5 at the far end.
7. On the whistle coach spot a puck at the far blue line and the attacking team regroup.
8. Attack and play another 5-5.
9. Next group come off the bench and repeat.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20191204202524782

https://youtu.be/9tvVWqxMIlY


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T2-4 - Low 2-2 x 2 – Pro

Key Points:

Defenders identify who they cover and get to the defensive side as soon as possible. Box out and tie up sticks on rebounds.

Description:

1. Players are in the corner at each end.
2. F1 pass to F2.
3. D1 is on the defensive side to defend a 2-1.
4. D2 is behind the play on the boards.
5. D2 skate hard to cover one attacker.
6. Play the 2-2 until the puck is out of play.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20191212032128900

https://youtu.be/XnVWd4uXWrE


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D200 - Nets Back to Back 3-2 with Joker – Pro

Key Points:

Use only one puck until a goal or it is out of play. Players can either change on the whistle or change on their own. Joker can rotate as long as one player stays in the offensive end and two defend. Keep score.

Description:

1. Nets are back to back at one end of the ice.
2. Each team has an offensive Joker in the attacking end only.
3. Play 2-2 and it is 3-2 in the offensive end.
4. Shifts about 45”.

* You can implement modified rules like goals the Joker must be part of the attack.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20191213162317618

https://youtu.be/qirpdDBsEcE


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Maple Leaf's Game Day Practice

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8 minute video will be put a flash drive along with a 2 minute video of excellent
"In Tight" net front scoring practice with a skills coach.

Maple Leaf's Game Day Practice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiRZ3enxCsM

Toronto Maple Leafs prepare for playing the Calgary Flames.

This video features:
1. Warm Up NZ tactical passing / shooting
2. Breakout sequences out of each end
4. 3 Stations - 1. Offensive Zone continuous cycling 2. Face off Technique
3. D Point passing shooting tactics.
3. PP Practice - 5 vs 4 out of each end
4. Continuous 5 vs 3 Regroup with 3 .

Healthy Scratches and Goalie worked on Individual Tactical skills

1. No Dust shooting 2. 1 x shooting
3. 1 vs 1 puck protection 4. "In Tight" scoring tactical scenarios

Individual Tactical Scoring Practice - 1 on 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=717up5Wb7dI

Toronto Maple Leafs healthy scratches stay out for some individual skill work. The number of individual tactical scoring situations that are practiced are very impressive.


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T2 - B6 - High Cycle Options – Pro

Key Points:

D start at the point, F1-F3 in the corner with pucks and F3 start from the other corner. F1 pass and follow the pass to give close support for D1. Skate down the middle lane for a one timer from F2.

Description:

1. F1 pass to D1 at point, follow above circles, D1 pass back to F1, F1 shoot.
2. F1 pass to D1 and cycle high, D1 pass to F2 at far circle, F2-F1 and F1 shoot.
3. F3 pass up to D1, F1 screen, D1 shoot, F1-F2 look for rebound.

* F1 catch and release the pass from F2.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=2&s=20191221180724631

https://youtu.be/5EYm3S1o1rI


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D100 Full Ice Game – 3-3

Key Points:

Switch between all four game roles.
1-puck carrier.
2-puck support.
3-check puck carrier.
4-cover away from the puck.
Situations: offense, defense, loose puck.

Description:

1. 3-3 with extra players in the box.
2. Play 3-3.
3. Players change on their own.
4. On a goal scoring team must touch the red line and team scored on get the puck and attack right away.
5. Keep score.


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T2-4 - D400 - 3-2 - One Attacker Behind - College W

Key Points:

Attackers get open and always give a target and be ready to shoot. Defenders must stay on the defensive side and see the puck and their man.

Description:


1. Three offensive players vs. two defenders.
2. One offensive player must be below the goal line.
3. Attacker below the goal line can rotate out and be replaced by a teammate.
4. Coach put in a new puck after a goal or the puck is out of play.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=2&s=20200109045631311

https://youtu.be/W-oU6vINQWQ


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T2 - Breakout Sequence - Pro

T2 - 5-0 BO - Wide Wing Slash - Stretch – Pro

Key Points:

Move the puck up ice quickly. Wide wing read possession
and slash across then up to the far blue line. Everyone joins
the rush.

Description:

1. Players leave in 5 man units from the middle circle.
2. Pass the puck to a coach in the corner who spots it for D1
to pick it up.
3. Strong side wing support from just inside the blue line.
4. Wide wing slash across to the far blue line.
5. D pass to the C or low forward.
6. C pass to the wing at the point.
7. W pass to the middle D2 who is skating up ice.
8. D2 pass to the weak side wing at the far point.
9. Attack in the four chambers 5-0.
10. Pass in an offensive sequence 5-0 if there is a rebound
or with a second puck.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=2&s=20191119162038213

https://youtu.be/NfNPqFiZQA4


T2 - 5-0 BO - W Box Out Chip - Wide W Slash – Stretch - Pro

Key Points:

Move the puck up ice quickly. Wide wing read possession
and slash across then up to the far blue line. Everyone joins
the rush. Strong side forward box out pinching D and pass
back or chip puck into the neutral zone.

Description:

1. Players leave in 5 man units from the middle circle.
2. Pass the puck to a coach in the corner who spots it for D1
to pick it up.
3. Strong side wing support from just inside the blue line
about a metre from the boards.
4. Wide wing slash across to the far blue line.
5. D pass to the low forward or the other D.
6. C or D pass to the wing at the strong side point.
7. W pass back to a player coming from behind or chip the
puck into the neutral zone.
8. Pass to the weak side wing at the far point.
9. Attack in the four chambers 5-0.
10. Pass in an offensive sequence 5-0 if there is a rebound or with a second puck.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=2&s=2019112216391543

https://youtu.be/WMzyLhRCVCg


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E1 Rebound Game - College W

This is a scoring contest that seems to be loved by players of all ages everywhere in the hockey world.

Key Points:

Make quick shots and one timers and goalie read the play.

Description:
1. Players line up on both side in the slot with one shooter at the top.
2. Play games to 5 between the goalie and shooter.
3. If the goalie freezes the puck or it hits the boards behind or at the side the goalie gets a point.
4. Players get a point by scoring a goal on a shot or rebound. Only one pass is allowed.
5. Shooter stays if he scores and players rotate if there is no goal.
http://hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20080723202833407

https://youtu.be/Fv7aj68wWRw


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This is a 32' video of a pro practice. Team play review, some passing and shooting drills, low 3-3, a 1-0, 2-1, 4-2 drill. D and F individual skills and a few minutes where I left the camera on and you can see the floor.

https://youtu.be/q1vdagvtkAQ

I will write up each drill and post them in the next while.


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Hockey Coaching
The ABC's of International Hockey Book One




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Pro Practice 03-10-20

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T2 - B600 - RG-D-F-Stretching F – 2-0 – D Shot - Pro

Key Points:

Take three hard strides when you get the puck, Move the puck quickly up ice and follow the pass. D shoot at waist level so it can be tipped.

Description:

1. Start from diagonal bluelines.
2. On the whistle the coach or F1 pass back to D1.
3. F1 quickly stretch pass to F2 leaving from the far diagonal blue line.
4. F2 attack and shoot while F1 follow.
5. D1 skate to the original point and get a pass from F3 and shoot.
6. F1-F2 at each end screen and tip the shot from D1.
7. Repeat with coach or F3 passing to D2 at each end.

*Make the drill more game like by having D1 defend F4 on the next stretch pass.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20200323174231915

https://youtu.be/rgu4UW_XWGY


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C3 - 1-0, 2-1, 4-2 Sequence – Pro

Key Points:

Coach explains the drill on the ice without going to the board. Attack with speed and be sure to get a shot on each rush. Make a competition by keeping score red vs. white. D make a tight turn on the regroup and keep skating before passing.

Description:

1. F1 regroup with D1 and attack 1-0.
2. F2-F3 cross and drop at the blue line and attack 2-1 vs. D1.
3. F1 comes back into the zone and joins F2-F3 attacking vs. D2-D3.
4. D1 joins the attack making it a 4-2.
5. Repeat the sequence. F4 regroup with D4 and attack 1-0.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=2&s=20200326043538114

https://youtu.be/6Vjf_BSQWjw


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T2-4 – D4 – 1-1 – 2-2 – 3-3 Coverage and Attack – Pro

Key Points:

On defense play man on man with the guideline closest right on the puck carrier, second within a stick length, third closes half way. On offense try to win the 1-1 and create 2-1’s with scissors and give and go passes and move puck behind to the other side. Rotate so F3 mirrors the puck ready to shoot. In this video only the F take turns on the attack but in Total 1-2-3-4-5 hockey everyone should attack and defend. Everyone must communicate. Defensive skating, stick on stick and sticks in passing lanes are the focus.

Description:

1. Everyone is at one end of the ice.
2. Three forwards are spread around and one F and two D are ready to defend.
3. Coach pass to one of the attackers and he tries to score 1-1.
4. Whistle after about 5-8” and the coach pass to another F and now it is a 2-2.
5. Whistle and the coach pass to the third forward and they play 3-3.
6. Next group of 3 attackers and 3 defenders spread out in the zone.
7. Do this sequence until every forward has had a turn defending.

* For safety pass the puck to the coach on the whistle or pass it out of the zone, stepping on loose pucks causes a lot of unneeded injuries.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.php?f=0&sort=0&s=20200405164639976

https://youtu.be/8BcIDw3ikps


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ABC Video Folders

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AMpcN%5F4U2SF6mTI&id=BD6FA116988317E9%2184303&cid=BD6FA116988317E9

This folder includes 2400 videos, some have description and diagrams on this site and other video haven't done the description yet.

ABC Coded PDF Folders

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AMpcN%5F4U2SF6mTI&id=BD6FA116988317E9%2181925&cid=BD6FA116988317E9

Each folder has a diagram, description and video example of a practice idea. Drills, games, transition games, off and on ice training, goalie technique and advanced level teaching of skills and team play.

The pdf has links to the videos that I have posted on YouTube. They are coded A-B-C-D-DT-E-F-G-O-T1-T2-T3-T4 which tells what individual or team skill is being worked on and where it happens on the ice.


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Hockey Coaching ABC Program to Develop the Complete Player - Enjoy the Game

ABC Hockey Development Progressions - Age Appropriate for Beginner to Pro

Youth sport to some is more of a job than an enjoyable experience. It is a real art to run effective hockey practices that players both get better and have fun.

Finnish legend and IIHF Hall of Fame coach Juhani Wahlsten developed a program based on how we progress from a baby to a toddler, adolescent, teen ager, young adult and up. Each phase of maturing has a style of practice that matches natural development. Juhani was a great player and coach and also a physical education teacher. He asked me to work with him many years ago. I am also a physical education teacher and was an ok player who is a student of the game. We have developed this program as hockey playing physical education teachers.

The program is based on the Finnish organizations principles of the Four Game Playing Roles and the Three Game Situations.


Two themes of the program.

‘Enjoy the game.’

‘The GAME is the GREATEST coach.’


First two years A-D
A - individual skills.
D - Games to teach the game.

Year three and four A-B-D-E
B - Partner and team skill vs. no opponents.
E - Shootouts and contests.

Years five and six A-B-C-D-E-F-O
C - Game situation drills starting with 1-1.
F - Skating for fitness.
O - Off-ice training.

Years seven and eight A-B-C-D-DT-E-F-G-O
DT - Transition games practicing game situations.
G - Goalie technique.

Years nine and ten and beyond A-B-C-D-DT-E-F-G-O-T1-T2-T3-T4
T1 - Individual offensive technique.
T2 - Team offensive skills.
T3 - Individual defensive skills.
T4 - Team defensive skills.

At about U14 focus more on T1-T3 but introduce T2-T4. As players get older there is more focus on the team play in T2-T4.

ABC Philosophy is Based on Human Natural Development

Designed by Juhani Wahlsten to be age appropriate.

* This is a general guideline with a realization that there are early and late maturers and the coaches have to adapt their teaching to the group they have and to groups within the team.


Year 1-2
Young children think of themselves and their family and want to play. Individual skills of cross ice skating, shooting, passing techniqe, puck handling drills to introduce technique and games and tournaments during practice that focus on these skills plus good habits like facing the puck lay the foundation of skill and love of the game. At 70% the practice is games.

Year 3-4.
Progress to full ice skating. Introduce more group passing in the next stage with at 60% the practice games and contests.

Years 5-6
Previous skills are reviewed in game situations and skating with and without a puck full ice and around the circles is still a focus. Add game situation drills and training that practice coordination and agility are. Games 60% time.


Years 7-8
Children’s focus turns to their friends and transition games have them working on games situations together. 50-60% of practice is games and transition games. Passing drills have more players and practice gamelike movement.

Years 9-10
Players now have a solid base of skating, individual skills, how to play situation like 2-1 and good playing habits.
Team play is appropriate and refining the skills with T1-T3 individual offensive and defensive skills drills will make things automatic. In all of this remember that hockey is a GAME and at least half of practice should be learning by doing in game situations vs. Opposition. Drills should be done under pressure from a defender or in overspeed with time pressure.


These are links to ABC coded manuals and files of the drill and game video and pdf's that have a diagram and description. The manuals start with the philosophy from the original ABC of International Hockey book along with suggested drills and then list the practice ideas added since the book was published.

* Feel free to use any drills or games that accomplish the same goal of making the players better.

ABC Coded Manuals

A-B-C-D-DT-E-F-G-O-T1-T2-T3-T4 manuals.

Each manual has the principles of training and many on ice examples for all levels.

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AGIsXgJxpz3X0%5Fw&id=BD6FA116988317E9%2190835&cid=BD6FA116988317E9

COMPLIMENTARY MATERIAL
Why Games, Transition in Hockey, Additional Drills and Games, ABC's of International Hockey Book One


Why Use Game in Practice
This is Bill Beaney the 8 time national champion coach of Middlebury talking about using games in practice so players not only develop a skill toolbox but an understanding of how to use the skills in all game situations and game playing roles.
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https://1drv.ms/v/s!AukXg5gWoW-9hbwHvTMqqTbkZYPyCA

Hockey is a Game of Transition - Five minute video showing transition between 3 Game Situations and 4 Game Playiing Roles with video from the IIHF World Championships and an NHL game.

https://youtu.be/Jh0SYNZiGwU

ABC Video and PDF Folders and YouTube Video

These folders have a few thousand additional games and drills added since the original books.

http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=7657&topic=8370#8370

Hockey Coaching ABC's Book One
I have attached a digital edition of Book One. We explain our philosophy of 'efficient use of the ice' and how to use games in practice to teach the skills and habits needed to be an effective hockey player. The practice cards at the back of the book are for the first two years of hockey.



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YouTube Files Added June 9/20

Playlists YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7QFP0bQPIsH88rmxb3ZEjg/playlists

B - Team and Partner drills vs. Zero Opponents

B6 - 3 Lane Shots x 2 - U18
https://youtu.be/tC1l8W0iGgI

B6 - 2-0 - Stretch F2 Join Next Attack - Pro
https://youtu.be/2NcayT3y7HM

B6 - Three Lane Shots - Around Circle - Pro
https://youtu.be/8M7Wq-0DxUA

B6 - 2-0 x 2 Timing Around Circles – Pro
https://youtu.be/mzh1VYouD74

B600 - Pro Passing Sequence - Pro
https://youtu.be/vAXUHU_XEh0


C - Game Situation Drils

C202 - 1-1, 2-1, 2-2, 3-2, 3-3 – Pro
https://youtu.be/qcGyMUnByr0

C3 - 1-0, 2-1, 4-2 - Pro
https://youtu.be/d95CcHiM0nA

C3 - 2-2 Regroup on Whistle - Pro
https://youtu.be/X7WYYLJoTWk

D - Games to Teach the Game


D200 - 3-1 Each End - Pro
https://youtu.be/hHA7A93Jhz4

F - One Ice Fitness

F - Team Stretch - Pro
https://youtu.be/CoR3F8285dk


The T1 Individual Skill Work.

T1 - Tight Shots Bar Under – Pro
https://youtu.be/PNxutPzNQZA

T1 - Take Backhand Pass - Quick Shot – Pro
https://youtu.be/I5eyONGVstQ

T1 - Quick Shot Past Block – Pro
https://youtu.be/LJNKRzbZ9IA

T1 - Pull Out or IN and Shoot – Pro
https://youtu.be/QGKl2D7V4eQ

T1 - Puck Handle Around Gloves - Shoot – Pro
https://youtu.be/xxItJ2zRe4k

T1 - PH-Shoot-Tip – Pro
https://youtu.be/xnR__sUddtg

T1 - Partner Puck Juggling – Pro
https://youtu.be/R44VLKBqK9c

T1 - One Timer x 2 – Pro
https://youtu.be/hEsbXGHPncg

T1 - Knocking in Aerial Passes – Pro
https://youtu.be/NJbb9Z8zHOk

T1 - Give-Go-One Timer – Pro
https://youtu.be/wfQOL_OH-wk

T1 - F Tipping in Front - Pro
https://youtu.be/ikJdof90OcU

T1 - F Quick Shots – Pro
https://youtu.be/DybGtJd_72s

T1 - D Point Shots – Pro
https://youtu.be/RGEtTrkxfgM

T1 - D Pick Up Dump in Pass to Low C
https://youtu.be/vR9u9N-IIr8

T1 - D Pick up Rims D-D – Pro
https://youtu.be/ltaZ3LeufBE

T1 - Top Shelf from Tight – Pro
https://youtu.be/fCPTsAHZLo4

T1` - Push or Pull and Shoot – Pro
https://youtu.be/vAAUXRzxiBo

T1 Rim-Skate-Pass-High Cycle-Shoot – Pro
https://youtu.be/Rg2IbCTHx1E

T1 - High Cycle-One Timer-Screen - One Touch 2 - Pro
https://youtu.be/qNdm07JSUO8

T1 - Agility Skate - One Touch Passing - Pro
https://youtu.be/7B_OlzLUP2Q

T1 - D Puck Protection 1-1 - Shot x 2 - Pro
https://youtu.be/dVXdHzuFWXc

T1 - Tip Edge of Crease - Pro
https://youtu.be/7Un3ITZPlo8

T1 - Lift Stick-One Touch Shot - Pro
https://youtu.be/KQ7tyL-asVg

T1 - D Agility Skate-Shoot - Walk in-Shoot - Pro
https://youtu.be/MZc2rH9PBEc

T1 - Control a Flip Pass - Pro
https://youtu.be/JiqRk7iRncs

T1 - One Touch-Tight Turn-Shoot - Pro
https://youtu.be/x5FlBxfeXIs

T1 - One Timer Through Traffic - Pro
https://youtu.be/-GANV7tHdjE

T1 - D Shoot Under Pressure - Pro
https://youtu.be/2F721JtU_HE

T1 - Scoring from Slot - Pro
https://youtu.be/zETgGJ2GKx8

T1 - D Royal Road One Timers - Pro
https://youtu.be/LHBcqhAal98

T1 - D Agility Skate-Shoot - Walk in-Shoot - Pro 2
https://youtu.be/JWNIyISJWk0


T2 - Team Offensive Skills

T2 - 5-0 Attack - RG - Attack Options – Pr
https://youtu.be/IUtdeEwTG9k

T2 - 5-5 Passive Pressure - BO 3-2 - Middle Drive – Pro
https://youtu.be/eR15vyalsT4

T2 - B6 - High Cycle Options - Pro 2
https://youtu.be/s9IziPs0C0E

T2 - B6 - High Cycle Options – Pro
https://youtu.be/9Zf65hygGyg

T2 - B202 - BO 5-0 Tomas - 3-0 – Pro
https://youtu.be/svSJm6X3bp4

T2 - D One Timer with Rotation – Pro
https://youtu.be/tBQY7IDqPeo

T2 - D-D - 2F-1D Attack - Middle Drive – Pro
https://youtu.be/MFV4qt8tPek

T2 - D-D Scissor Corner to Behind – Pro
https://youtu.be/_V48USyg4KU

T2 - PP Breakout 5-0 – Pro
https://youtu.be/FW7kmCBrIHM

T2-4 Team Offense vs. Team Defense

T2-4 - Turnover in Red Zone – Pro
https://youtu.be/5vRqcDmKWlA

T2-4 - Low 2-2 x 2 – Pro
https://youtu.be/hXdFzU5iR6Q

T2-4 - PP-PK - 5-4 BO - RG – Pro
https://youtu.be/Ix_VrrwWsIk

T2-4 - PP-PK 5-4 Start with Faceoff – Pro
https://youtu.be/w45BE9VN_so

T2-4 - 5-5 in Middle - Random Forecheck - RG - Pro
https://youtu.be/F4FbmnH6BPw

T2-4 - Low 3-3 - Pro
https://youtu.be/zXeNQnJv7sg

T4 - Team Defense

T4 - 2-1 x 2 Defense Read – Pro
https://youtu.be/iSxtbraKYEc

T4 - 3-3 Rush - Backcheck Recognition – Pro
https://youtu.be/YRigpd7ecyw

T4 - Back Check Coverage 3-3 – Pro
https://youtu.be/ZzltERlqRzg

T4 - D zone Review x 2 – Pro
https://youtu.be/ovh2eJ-Jmkk


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Hockey Coaching ABC's Practice Resources

This is a link to; drill manuals, Book One, NHLPA drill manual, list of YouTube ABC videos.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AukXg5gWoW-9hcVT6PhHY57NrTtF5A?e=0LbNQT

There are coaching ideas for all levels from beginner to pro.

Drill Manuals

A - Individual offensive skills.
B - Partner and team skills vs. zero opponents.
C - Game situation drills starting with 1-1.
D - Games to teach the game both full ice and SAG's.
E - Shootouts and contests.
F - On ice fitness.
G - Goaltending practice.
O - Off ice training

I added the T coded section for the more advanced players and teams.

T1- Individual offensive skills.
T2 - Team offensive skills.
T3- Individual defensive skills.
T4 - Team defensive skills.
T2-4 - Team offense vs. Team defense.

Hockey Coaching ABC's Book One - Juhani's friend, Risto Kankaanperä put this digital book together. If it is formatted properly you can clip to jump around to various pages. Juhani, Jursinov and I presented this book at the IIHF symposium in Helsinki and did an on ice presentation. Each participant got the manual and a set of drill and game cards. Juuso's hockey class was on the ice and rehearsed it so there was no standing around like in most presentations.

- Explanation of the coding used in the manuals.

- Drill manual from the 2019 NHL coaching symposium.

- 84 pages of the above practice ideas that I have posted on YouTube.


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Pro Practice Ideas - Coded Video and PDF's of Pro Practices

This is a link to pro practice ideas I have collected from the last ten or so years. They are organized and coded in the ABC system to make them easy to find if you understand the code (like books are organized in a library.)
The letter tells what is being worked on and the number tells where on the ice. i.e. B6 means passing or partner skills vs. zero opponents starting from the corners. B600 start from the four blue line. B4 from the middle circle. Title tells what is being worked on.


Skill Development

A-skating and individual skills.
B-partner skills and passing
C-game situation drills
D-Games to teach the game.
DT-transition games to work on game situations in free flowing.
E-Shootouts.
F-skating for fitness.
G-goaltending

T Advanced Technique - Details of the Game

T1-individual offensive skill.
T2-team offensive skill.
T3-individual defensive skill.
T4-team defensive skill.
T2-4 team offense vs. team defense.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AukXg5gWoW-9g9FxSrgFp_i7l45h-w?e=kb2oPN


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