Blue Devils Flow Drill

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This ice hockey flow drill is great to work on timing and communication.  Both P1's start the drill on a whistle with a puck in the high slot and take a shot, after that there should be no more whistles needed.  After the shot, P1's pick up a puck from the corner and start the passing breakout.  P2's and P3's should start there routes just before the P1's take their shots.  When the breakout is complete the P3's become the new P1's keeping the flow going. Make sure that P2's and P3's take deep routes and time their routes properly so that they are receiving more of a horizontal pass than a vertical pass.  Make sure that there are plenty of pucks in the corners.  If a player misses a pass it's important for them to keep going so the sides stay equally separated.  If the timing gets off, we recommend to restart at both ends on a whistle.


tbatskos on 7/14/2018

Great for passing and systems flow

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