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Diary of a Season 2021-2022

I have been doing this Diary of a Season for quite a few years as some coaches appreciate it. I post about the team and the practice plans.

Last season our arena was closed and I rented ice in September - October and early November. We thought there would be a season winter semester but that got cancelled and we shut down training early November. It wasn't a very good hockey or school experience for the players. On line classes, no dressing room, etc..

Recruiting was totally different. Some leagues were cancelled, some teams practiced but had no or very few games. Most of my recruiting was done online and by contacting coaches. I signed 10 F, 9 D, 3 G to play. The entire athletics staff was laid off except the AD who had to handle a dozen teams alone. I no longer had the athletic academic advisor to help recruits get registered or give advise on programs. I was allowed in the rink once in 18 months to grab some sticks.

They put the ice in last week for the first time since March 2020 and Tuesday, Sept 7 was the first skate. Right now my players must change in three different rooms as there is another Covid wave.

First day of school one of my new D informed me that the funding she was promised for tuition was cancelled and she can't come. My MVP from 2019 has finished her x-ray programs but has to write certication exams and work at the hospital. She wanted to take three courses to be a full time student and play but told me she realized it is too much and will settle down a lot when she passes the exams and does her practicum. So she plans to return winter semester. So now 9 F, 8 D, 3 G.

The good news is that the 8 new forwards are very good as are the 4 new D and 2 new G. So it is more like coaching minor hockey numbers than college numbers where you have at least 12 F, 8 D and 3 G.

I have an incredible coaching staff. Terry Johnson, NHL, Stanley Cup Finalist, long time coach is in charge of the D. Mike Tschumi, McGill graduate, ten years of pro in Switzerland and recently coached players like Cale Makar, and this year first rounders Sanderson and Holloway is in charge of F. Melissa Kunzelman who had a .950 save percentage at college and lots of coaching success works with the goalies. My son Jim is too busy with his new law firm to coach this year but he will do video of the team play and player individual meetings. Stacy Allen will be our skating coach. She won 3 National Championships at university and runs a successful skating company. Wally Kozak a former National team player, Women's Olympic Champion assistant coach and all round hockey guru will do some sessions on mental training and overall coach mentorship. Devon Hardie is a great equipment manager, who also has a goaltending company.

We have five 90' practices each week and our season doesn't begin til mid November. We will have some ex games and I have organized team play practices with the U of Calgary and MRU where we take turns having 10 minute 5-4, 5-3, 4-4 etc. with a few minutes in between to go over the team play on the bench. It is a great way to get some competition. We used to do this when I was Asst. coach at U of C and we would scrimmage with the Canadian National team that Dave King coached. Willie Desjardins played for him at U of Sask and he was our HC.

All the coaches work and can come certain days. Mike and I are there all the time except Mike is going to Switzerland in October to watch his son play pro.

My job is to coordinate whole program so that everyone on the staff can contribute and not simply move pucks around, which I don't allow coaches to do. (players use them and can easily move them to where the next drill or game starts). I decide on the team play which will be 1-2-3-4-5 read and react and coaches suggest tweaks. We will focus on good habits and solid playing principles along with a lot of skill development and game situation reads. The team play is the template and the skills and habits and reading the play are the most important things.

Anyway 'Let the games begin.'


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Practice 9-7-21

3 G, 9 F, 7 D. Another D has a separated shoulder and just skated. Focus was combining, drills, games and contests to get a bitter ideas of the skill and game understanding of the players as we have 15 new ones.

Practice plan is attached as a pdf.

I got an injured player to video the Wednesday Sept. 8 practice. Mike planned the first hour. I added a full ice power play game and a two shot shootout. No video for the game.

Practice 9-8-21

A6 - Chaos Puckhandling - College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/1017344805752247

B202 - Pass x 2-Shot-Rebound - College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/145560754391443

B202 - 2-0 Pass Off the Pad - College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/989106988597310

C4-6 - Point Shot - Regroup. 1-1 x 2 - College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/2047169182102196

D200 - Cross ice 2-2. Regroup with Defensive Joker
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/738118627146111

D200 - 3-3 Nets Back to Back – College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/1699908766869845

D200 - Cross ice 3-3 – College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/544556843501570

E1 - Two Shot Shootout - College W
https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/2519725311504948


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Practices 09-09-21 - 09-10-21

Focus on passing drills for the first 45 minutes then two one zone games and a shootout.

Facebook and YouTube Video from the first week and captains practices.

T2 - B202 - Four Chamber Attack - Big Ice Wide Entry - College M (we will do this next week)
https://youtu.be/hDZQc0PXE9Q


A6 - Chaos Puckhandling - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/1017344805752247

https://youtu.be/3OaUnBeMo4Q


B4 - Figure 8 x 2 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/992586061536613

https://youtu.be/8XkW623thjo


B4-6 - Point Shot - Regroup. 1-1 x 2 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/2047169182102196


B6 - S Passing x 2 - College W

https://youtu.be/N73M1hcKqRg


B202 - Passing Sequence x 3 - College W
Part one
https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.868904794019319/863532227701757

https://youtu.be/_xXcId5ALGA


Part two
https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.868904794019319/833634333967188

https://youtu.be/xpdvfnSFNNU


Part three
https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.868904794019319/1186945761792929

https://youtu.be/TiMzAH-xgWc


B202 - Pass - Post up - Pass - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/1040475803355852

https://youtu.be/XVSAwJTamWI



B202 - Exchange Passes - Stretch Pass - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/3239821819579911

https://youtu.be/b994pSRx0QY



B202 - 2-0 Pass Off the Pad - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/989106988597310

https://youtu.be/qzUEQnUdYUw



B202 - Pass x 2-Shot-Rebound - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/145560754391443



B300 - Tschumi Around the Clock One Touch - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/277517720871588

https://youtu.be/bgNjCb-u6K0



C4-6 - Point Shot-Regroup-1-1 - College W

https://youtu.be/52jH1XRcTwM


D1 – Shinny -. Hit post Pass to Joker to Go on Offense – College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/900364220578130

https://youtu.be/du0G_mPDBBw



D100 – Full Ice 2-2- College W

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.10159981669515931/254797069851920



D100 - 3-3 - Change on Their Own - College W

https://youtu.be/ToBcYuks4BI



D200 - 3-3 Nets Back to Back – College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/1699908766869845

https://youtu.be/RKeQKxpAC_Q



D200 - Cross ice 2-2. Regroup with Defensive Joker

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/738118627146111



D200 - Cross ice 3-3 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/544556843501570



D200 - Pass to Defensive Joker to Transition to Offense - College W

https://youtu.be/7xTJHw9-bqo



D4 - 4-4 Two Pass - Must Make Escape Move x 2 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/212855680875259

https://youtu.be/UvHqp13bi9U



D4 - 4-4 Face the Play - Clear Zone x 2 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/376459774028167

https://youtu.be/eFfs4q1oKYM



D4 - 2-2 in Small Area - College W

https://youtu.be/7Aj3Ief6fuM



D4 - 3-3 and 2-2 Games of Two Pass - College W

https://youtu.be/CeHXq7Sqs0I



D4 - Two pass – College W

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.10159981669515931/892497378037838



E1 - Two Shot Shootout - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/2519725311504948

https://youtu.be/bnlyQFpbvd0



E1 - Change on the Go 10 Puck Shootout - College W

https://www.facebook.com/tom.molloy.5836/videos/542750590312683

https://youtu.be/_EFV09OMS2k


G - Goalie Technique 2 - College W

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.868891817353950/254770123181299

https://youtu.be/-UT-4K-5nDE



G - Goalie Technique 1- College W

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.868891817353950/885062998794642

https://youtu.be/YnwawFnLne4


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Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th Stacy Allan did skating with the team.

A - Skating Stacy 1 - 09-13 Practice
https://youtu.be/uZfvZkEsRKU

A - Stacy Skating 2 - 09-14-21 College W
https://youtu.be/ZcXPL5SbEG8

Wednesday 15th practice is attached.

SAIT W Trojans Practice Plan Date:09-15-21 Time:6:15-7:45 Venue: SAIT
Notes:
Breakout principles 1-3 pk
1-3-1 pp Pp rugby breakout
Specialty team sequence

15’
T2 - Breakout Sequence - Wally Kozak – College
Key Points:
Practice the low breakout skills first with the goalies
passing and they versus no pressure and regroup with
the goalies in the neutral zone, then against pressure.
Player one skate between the dots before passing.
Description:
Sequence One:
1. Set up with one player on each side of the net to
make the breakout passes.
2. Player 1 pass to player 2 beside the net then skate
for a breakout pass.
3. Players 1 pass then swing to the boards for a pass,
then pass to player at the red line.
4. Player 1 pass to the player on the other side and
skate low and slow for a pass to the middle.
5. Player 1 pass to the far low player and pick up a
wide rim along the boards.
Sequence Two:
6. Player 1 pass and go to wall for rim and player 2
support low and slow for a touch back pass.
7. Add the coach or a player who just did a rep pinch
on the boards.
8. Four players leave, 1 dump and retrieve, 2 on
boards, 3 low and slow and 4 pressure one player.
9. Player 1 wheel behind the net and pass to either
player 2 on wall or player 3 low and slow.
10. Players line up at the top of the circles and goalies
at the red line ready to pass.
11. Player 1 shoot the puck in, retrieve and pass to
player 2 who supports ‘Low and Slow’.
12. Regroup with the goalie who passes back to the
other player.
13. Player 1 now pass to player 2 who supports from
the boards - pass to goalie.
14. Player 1 pass to player 2 who ‘Jack Hammers’ the
puck back to 1 then to goalie.
https://youtu.be/zD3G8WVzFDo

13’
B600 - Multiple One Touch Passes – Pro Add 1-1
Key Points:
This drill is done from diagonal corners. Keep skating and
make firm passes. Give a target and call for the pass. Face
the puck.
Description:
A. 1 exchange passes with 2.
B. 1 turn out and exchange passes with 3.
C. 1 skate across and exchange passes with 4.
D. 4 skate to the inside and pass to 1 skating wide up the
ice.
E. 1 shoot and follow the shot.
F. 1 either screen, rebound for the next shooter or defend a
1-1 vs. the next shooter.
https://youtu.be/uCBsG4KORMI

15’
T4 – 1-3 Penalty Kill Rotation
Key Points:
Forwards play in an I with one forcing the puck at the
point and on the sides. The defense play low on each
side. When the puck is low play and aggressive low
press. Pressure any bobbled puck or poor possession.
Good defensive skating in straight lines with stick on
the puck and toe caps facing the puck.
Description:
Forwards Rotation:
1. All 4 defenders spin and then orient themselves
into a 1-3.
2. Attackers set up in a high umbrella and move the
puck starting at the mid point.
3. F1 at the top force the mid point and chase a pass
to either side with stick denying return pass.
4. F2 move challenge a return pass to the mid point
and F1 FALL UNDER and replace F2.
5. F1-F2 continue this tandem rotation with mid slot
coverage when the puck high.
6. F1 or F2 pressure down if the attacker is at the half
boards.
Defense Rotation:
1. Attackers set up at mid point in a high umbrella and
defense start together in the low slot.
2. Puck is moved to one side D1 moves toward that
side and D2 stays in the middle.
3. When puck is moved to the other side D2 move to
that side and D1 to the middle.
4. D1 and D2 keep their sticks in the dangerous
passing lanes and be ready to block shots.
Walk Through 4 on 5:
1. Set up in a 1-3-1 power play and 1-3 penalty kill.
2. Start from the mid point and had a controlled
scrimmage of 5-4.
3. Divide the defensive zone into four quadrants of
responsibility; F1-F2 high, D1-D2 low.
4. F1 pressure down the wall with the stick denying a
pass to the point.
5. F2 pressure a return pass to the point and F1 fall
under and cover the mid slot.
6. Play a low press if the puck moves from the half
boards down.
7. Constantly decide whether to pressure or contain.
https://youtu.be/NkdQdJZH1-g

15’
Power Play breakout
Rugby breakout.
https://1drv.ms/v/s!AukXg5gWoW9hqwtTRYM2OoGh5KHAg

15’ Walk through
T2 – D400 – Diamond 1-3-1 Power Play
Key Points:
Players on the sides be on their off wings for one
timer shots. Rotate positions and create constant
movement. One timer shots are most effective from
the dot and lower.
Description:
1. Outwork the defenders with one extra attacker
battling for loose pucks.
2. When the puck is at the half-boards the player in
front should support from the goal line.
3. When the puck is at the mid-point move into a 1-3-
1.
4. The player in the middle give close support to the
players at on each side and the mid-point.
5. Move the puck quickly with one touch passes that
beat one defender unless a seam opens for a cross-ice
pass that beats two defenders.
6. Either the player or the puck moves at all times.
7. Mid-point player always look to shoot first and miss
the shot blocker. Pass when there is no shot.
8. Create rebounds and then outnumber the
defenders in the slot.
9. Attack in waves with constant rotation, quick
passes and shots to continually create open passing
and shooting lanes.
https://youtu.be/LHDNSDOhIHw
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/mediagallery/media.p
hp?f=0&sort=0&s=20130315091545906

15’
T2-4 - Power Play-Penalty Kill
Sequence – Pro
Key Points:
Develop a power play that fits the skill of each five
player unit. Practice the Diamond 1-3-1 both from the
blue line and below the goal line. Defend from the net
out, stop and start, stick on puck and in the passing
lanes. Swarm when the offense doesn’t have control
along the boards. Weak side forward fall under and
cover the middle attacker. Power play create shooting
lanes, screen, crash for rebounds.
Description:
1. Start with an offensive zone face-off and run one
option 5-0.
2. Breakout from the far end vs. penalty killers 5-4.
3. Use controlled breakouts for each group.
4. Penalty killers come off the bench to defend against
the breakout.
5. Power play versus penalty kill.
* Breakout with a double swing and five attack.
* Breakout in the three lanes and two forwards swing
behind for a trailer pass and attack late, these players
attack the static defense and carry in, pass to each
other or the wide players at the blue line.
* Aggressive penalty kill when the puck is loose or the
attackers back is turned.
* Option one is to have the wide players on their
forehand side for one timers.
* Option two is to have a passing PP with right and
left handed shots on the right and left sides.
* Rotate positions and keep moving.
* Defender stay with the puck carrier but do not chase
passes.
* Play a 4-4 on the strong side and deny the cross ice
pass with sticks in the lane.
* Many teams give the goalie the walk out player jam
and cover the other four.
* Power play create confusion with quick puck
movement, switches and back door options,
outnumber the defenders on rebounds.
* A coach can use this sequence to practice from 3-3
to 5-5.
https://youtu.be/VadXPVkMb4I

2’
Pucks and in middle


16-17 practices shut down as a Covid precaution.


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SAIT W Practice Plan Date: 09-20-21 Time:4:30 Venue:SAIT

Notes:
I stressed the players handle the puck before
1 G – 6 D – 7 F
Passing with rotation heel to toe and hands
Away from body.

B2 – Give and Go – Shot x 3
B2 Pass x 3 Shoot U22
https://youtu.be/p9ZSZXQ_66E


B3 – Pass – follow pass – skate behind.
Mike

DT400 – 2-2 then 3-3
https://youtu.be/x6vR45Qy5K4

C6 – 1-1 Mike

DT400 Perry Pearn 3-3

E1 – Gambling shootout


Practice SAIT W Practice Plan Date: 09-21-21 Time: 6:15 Venue:SAIT Arena
Notes:
Pass after handling the puck Gain ice between the dots. Timing

Defensive zone skating Murdoch Dzone concepts
3-3 with point shots PP contest vs. 1 and 2 active defenders

15; Mike run
B600 – Multiple Pass and 1-1
Handle puck once and then pass to gain
feel of the puck.
https://youtu.be/uCBsG4KORMI

15’
B6-600 Flow - Breakout 2 F Shoot - D Point Shot -
Finland U20
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=3156&topic=3898#3898

https://youtu.be/567GJB_Cgpc

15’
T4 - Defensive Zone Skating - - RB Pro
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=930&topic=1126#1126

https://youtu.be/SkXnlmn6lXk

15’ Walk through at one end. (Bob Murdoch)
T4 Teaching Defensive Zone Coverage 2-1-2
Key Points:
Tie up sticks in the slot, keep sticks in the passing lane
and shin pads in front of the
puck.
When doing man on and box behind closest player is
aggressive from the inside to the
outside body on body and stick on the puck.
Description:
Teach defensive zone coverage by giving the offense
45 seconds to score.
A. Play a tight box and one in the low slot area.
Players can only move a few strides but
stay in a tight 2-1-2 formation.
B. Closest defender pressure the puck right away
while teammates form a box behind.
When the puck is passed away drop to a corner of the
box or take the player to the net.
If the offense has three attackers cycling on one side
D2 must move to that side and F2
drops to the hash marks to cover the front of the net.

15’ Mike run
DT400 3-3 Krusel Battling Game - ProW
Key Points: Battle for loose pucks, screen
the goalie, shot passes, cycle, man on
man, tie up sticks, tip, low zone play.
Description: 1. Line up with the face-off
dots and 1 to 3 players race for a loose
puck on the whistle. 2. Pass to the point to
transition to offense. 3. Point player must
shoot or pass within 2 seconds. 4. If a
point pass goes out the other point man
gets the puck. 5. Either leave the puck in
the zone or pass to the coach on a
whistle.
https://youtu.be/e80Cod_L2So

13’
T2 - Johnston PP Game vs 1 or 2 PK – College
https://youtu.be/k-QN7-OHhYY

2’
Puck and meet in middle.

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September 27 and October 6 Practice Plans

I have been sending texts to my coaches and didn't put them on the practice template. Here are two I have done. We did two team play scrimmages with the Edge sports school and one ex game with Red Deer. Have been doing a lot of team play.

Practice 09-27-21 SAIT W

Practice 10-06-21 SAIT W

B6 - 3 Shots, 3 Zig zags, 3 Shots - College F
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=263&topic=591#591

https://youtu.be/SBxKxjOECyI

B6 – Carolina - 2 Cross and Drop - Regroup - 3-0 – Pro
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=7657&topic=8030#8030

https://youtu.be/IcaEbVO51MQ

C202 - 1-1, 2-1, 2-2, 3-2, 3-3 – Pro
https://youtu.be/qcGyMUnByr0
College W
https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.754369115472888/10159610701550931

T4 - 5-5 Contain-Pressure Defensive Zone Coverage – Pro
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=7657&topic=8013#8013

https://youtu.be/gREv1mFhTqU

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.733588030884330/10159525593150931

T2-4 - Power Play-Penalty Kill Sequence – Pro
http://www.hockeycoachingabcs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=7657&topic=7907#7907

https://youtu.be/VadXPVkMb4I

https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.708716066704860/10159410256960931/

D202- 2/3 ice game with Jokers at each end
https://youtu.be/3VCe8b-97ug
DT202 - 4-4 Must Regroup with Jokers Behind - College W
https://www.facebook.com/518555930/videos/pcb.665330497710084/10159266763945931/

October 7 - we have a team play scrimmage with U of Calgary. Plan below.
10 minute warm-up
5-5 - 10 minutes - Just get everyone going

5-4 - 10 minutes - SAIT PP
5-4 - 10 minutes - Dinos PP

5-3 - 5 minutes - SAIT PP
5-3 - 5 minutes - Dinos PP
5-3 - 5 minutes - SAIT PP
5-3 - 5 minutes - Dinos PP

6-5 - 5 minutes - SAIT
6-5 - 5 minutes - Dinos

4-4 - 10 mins
3-3 - 10 mins


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October 12 and 13 Practices


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October 14 and November 4 Practices

Changes to Nov. 4 Practice

Spent 30 minutes reviewing 4-5 and 3-5 PK and Torpedo forecheck then the pp/pk sequence.

T2-4 - Power Play-Penalty Kill Sequence – Pro
https://youtu.be/VadXPVkMb4I

Modified the PP/PK sequence for 5-5 and did a faceoff play then dump in breakout vs. 5 and play for about a minute.

40’
Mel goalies
TJ pk. 4-5 and 3-5

10’.
B600 one touch and shoot
B600. Multiple pass 1-1

25’
Team play sequence
Faceoff play
Dump
Forecheck
5-5




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Practice Nov. 2 and Nov. 3

November 2 Practice

B6 - S Passing - College W https://youtu.be/1mKWv8zTdZI

C5 - Low 1-1 Battle - College W https://youtu.be/jtrzCLK5bkY

C5 - Low 2-2 Battle - College W https://youtu.be/53k_diOMkuc

C6 - Handicap Horseshoe 1-1 No Stick - College W https://youtu.be/agXqhUETjLs

C6 - Handicap Horseshoe 1-1 Stick Upside Down - College W https://youtu.be/NXlwKVwv1ME

D100 - PP-PK 5-4 One Defender in Nzone - College W https://youtu.be/CG8tvsBXE9A

DT400 - Royal Road-Box Out Game - College W https://youtu.be/ZNR6Hk7V9lA


Practice Nov. 3

D1 - Tennis Ball game 8 on 9

B4 - 1-0 and 2-0 Shoot then make a breakout pass

B200 - Overspeed wit a pass and catch and release shot.

B600 - 2-0 Regroup D- D Attack 2-0

B600 - 2-0 Tomas Regroup Forecheck Always D-D then double D-D

B600 - 2-0 RG with D - Dump in and Forecheck

DT100 - Continuous 3-1 to 3-3 with Tag Up

E1 - 10 Puck Shoot Out

O - players in 4 groups off ice training circuit

Tomorrow pp. pk. Dzone. Forecheck review.


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Practices 11-10-21 / 11-11-21

November 10 Practice

Team Offensive Skills

November 11

Team Defensive Skills


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November 8/9Practices

November 8 Practice


- Skating and individual offensive skills.

A2-200 - Stacy Skating 3 Edges - College Women

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November 9 Practice

- Individual defensive skills



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Practice October 25/26

October 25 Practice

B6 - 3 lane shots
A200. Russian big moves. And linear crossovers Jim
A300. Passing technique
B6 - Small horseshoe
D4 - 3-3 keepaway
D1 - must gain a zone and one pass each zone
DT400 - 2/3 ice Perry Pearn

October 26 Practice

B6 - 3 shots 3 zigs 3 shots
A300 one timer c 4
B4 - Cross and drop one timer
Goalies with Mel. 25’
T2 - TJ D retrieve regroup, 3-0
Dt400 - 2/3 ice 2-2 support defenders the random 1-2 or 3 sent by coach


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