Pass and Move Quick Puck Movement Drill

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This hockey drill is a good drill for quick puck movement.   Players need to make accurate passes and receive the puck in a position where they can make a quick pass.  Stickhandling willl cause the drill to break down.  The only time the puck shoul dbe handled is by F1 who starts the drill, and F3 who should walk the puck to the center of the ice along the blue line.  Set up the drill as shown in the diagram.  F1 starts the drill by carrying the puck around the net and passing to F2.  F2 should receive the pass and make a quick pass up to the point.  F3 should receive the puck at the blue line and walk to the middle before making a pass back to F2.  F2 then makes a quick pass through the box to F4 as F3 slides into the middle of the box for a one-timer pass from F4.

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