Loose Puck Transition 1 on 1

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This drill replicates a situtation in the neutral zone where the defense goes back to retrieve a loose puck.  The forwards come back to provide support by moving inside out while facing the puck.  F2 times their break to provide support to F1 through the neutral zone. F1 makes a pass to F2 and then F2 goes in for a shot. F1, after making the pass skates along the blue line to receive a pass from F2's line. F1 then attacks D1 back towards the other net.  After D1 makes the pass to F1 they should regain their ice, the pass to F1 simulates a quick turnover, so the better position D1 is in, the easier it will be for D1 to make a play on F1.

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Marc Vigneault on 9/7/2014

Go boys

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