Skating, puck handling and shooting skills can be done from the various A Formations.
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In the B Formations players practice skills with partners in various areas of the ice. Individual offensive skills such as passing, shooting, rebounds, tipping, screening and individual defensive techiques like angling, checking, etc..
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In the C formation players practice game situations from 1-1 to 5-5. These drills start from different places on the ice and are coded C1, C2, C3.
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Use games to practice skills like skating, stick handling, defending, passing, shooting and also to gain game understanding. Play games with good habits like face the puck always or skate to open ice. Also practie team play skills like the give and go and cycling.
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Transition Games are continuous and the players go from offense to defense. Only one puck is used. They can be designed to work on any or all of the 4 Game Playing Roles.
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Drills that work skills of skating, passing, shooting, puck handlingand scoring.
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These are advanced skating exercises that focus on conditioning, quickness and agility.
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On ice goalie technique. Crease movement, rebounds, etc..
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Video's from around the hockey world of players doing off ice training.