Warmup skating drill for goalies
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CoachThem Drill of the Week: Angle Progression | The Coaches Site
The first drill of the week is here! Mike Weaver and the gang at CoachThem are back for another season of helpful drills to run at hockey practice.
Three Zone Transition Pivots with Pucks
This is a good skating and puckhandling drill for all ages. This drill can also be performed with or without pucks. More advanced players can add players and a shot at the end. It can be a good overspeed drill as well when you emphasize players moving thier feet faster than than they are comfortable with.
High Slot Shot, Turnover into 1 vs. 1
This drill is meant to challenge defense. It is a good one to work on their full speed backward skating, transition, and shots from the high slot. If you have enough players you can run this drill out of both ends just make sure players stay on their half of the ice on the 1 on 1 portion of the drilll.
Neutral Zone Puck Skills #1
This station has three areas that can be set up for stickhandling drills, puck protection techniques, and puck skills. The station is set up in the neutral zone. The first station has large movements where players maintain puck possession. Next the players use a puck protection technique along the wall. The third drill is for player to work on quick hands.
Control Turn Puck Control
Here is a drill for the younger players that only uses half of the zone. The focus is on controlling the puck through three control turns followed by a shot on net. It requires two nets set up on the goal line in line with the dots. The players line up in the center of the ice along the goal line as show. Both sides can go at the same time. The players skate up to the first cone and do a control turn while protecting the puck around the cone. After the third cone the players go in for a shot…