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Stretch and Go Flow

This is a good full ice warm up drill that involves a couple passes and a shot from the high slot. Most of the time in this drill there are four player in action...

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Figure Eight Passing and Shooting Station #2

This station drill is similar to the previous drill but now the cones are lined up perpendicular to the net. The key focus areas are control turns, forward and backward transitions...

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Figure Eight Passing and Shooting Station #1

This station drill uses a half of one zone. It is ideal to have one net, a goalie, and either two cones or tires. The focus of the station is control turns, passing and receiving, and shot release.

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Cross Over Passing Station

The two areas of focus in this drill are passing and receiving in stride as well as drop passes. There are several variations and progressions of this drill, this one is the first and most basic.

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Box out 2 on 2

The purpose of this drill is to work on defending in front of the net when shots are taken from the point. It is also a chance to work offensively to get in front of the net...

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Swing Through Shooting Station

This station can be set up in one half of the zone. The set up is very easy using just two cones and a good number of pucks.

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Neutral Zone 2 on 0 and Puck Control Station

This station is set up so players can work on passing and receiving as well as puck control. Players will pass the puck 2 on 0 towards the net in one half of the zone and finish with a shot.

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Extended Chip & Chase

Here is a variation of the Chip & Chase drill. This variation extends the length of each repetition so players are skating quite a bit.

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Control Obstacle Course Station

This station drill incorporates puck control, passing, receiving, control turns, and shooting. The first obstacle are a series of cones.

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Neutral Zone Passing Station #1

This setup allows for three passing stations in the neutral zone. These can be reduced to two longer stations side by side if there are less players. This setup allows 6 players to go at the same time.

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Neutral Zone Puck Control Setup #1

This station is setup for young players to work on several types of puck control. In the first set of cones the players simply weave in and out of the cones.

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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...

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High Speed Chase

This drill creates a sense of urgency as the defense retrieve the puck behind the net, use the net to fend off the forechecker and then move the puck up ice to the forward with speed.

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In-Zone 5 Player Pass and Follow

This is a good drill to incorporate for warm ups when you are limited to half ice or just one zone. It incorporates stop and starts, passing, receiving, and shooting.

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Head up Circle Passing Drill

This drill is about awareness. It is a good drill to work on once players have enough ability to control the puck with their head up.

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Retrieval Races

This is a skating drill that works on forward to backwards transitions, backwards to forwards pivots, and retrieving pucks out of the corner.

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Center Circle Tire Skating - Tight Transitions

This variation is a little bit more advanced. Players will face one way as the go around each tire. This forces them to transition backwards and forwards as they go around each tire.

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3 Player Station Passing

This is a station passing drill that involves three players. In this diagram it finishes with a shot but it does not have to. The emphasis is on giving and receiving passes.

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Center Circle Tire Skating - Control Turns

There is a nice series of skating drills you can do with the younger kids in the neutral zone in which the setup only involves 4 tires. This drill works on control turn in each direction.

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Danger Zone 1 on 1

This one on one drill focuses on an area of the ice where a lot of turnovers occur because players chicken out and stop moving their feet.

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Center Circle Tire Skating - Cross-Overs / Transitions

There is a nice series of skating drills you can do with the younger kids in the neutral zone in which the setup only involves 4 tires.

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Horseshoe Re-Group Drill

Great drill here if your looking for a flow drill that involves a lot of players, passing, shooting, and skating.

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2 to 1 Puck Protection Drill

Great drill here if your looking for a flow drill that involves a lot of players, passing, shooting, and skating.

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Basic Cross Over Skating Station

This is a basic skating drill that works on cross-overs around one of the circles. Players can go two at a time twice around the circle and then stop back at the blue line.

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Four Cone Control Turn Station

This skating drill focuses on control turns. Set up the drill by placing four cones as shown in the diagram. Players start by doing control turns to their left around each cone.

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5 Puck Breakaway Races (Cross-Ice)

The objective of this game is to score 5 goals before the other team scores 5 goals. To set up the game line up players along the blue line as shown in the diagram.

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Neutral Zone 2 on 2

This is a basic 2 on 2 game that can be set up in the neutral zone. Split up the players into two teams and have them line up along the dots as shown.