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This type of warm up drill can be used for pre-game warm up or a good half-ice drill at practice. The forward starts the drill by skating into the slot and receiving a pass from the defense in the corner. After the shot, the defense carries a puck around the net and passes to the same forward who has timed their curl to receive a flat pass from the defense. After receiving the pass, the forward skates outside the blue line and gives a pass to the second player in line. The forward then receives a pass back and attacks the defense 1 on 1. There are several important keys to this drill: (1) Forwards need to time their curl so they receive a flat pass from the defense (2)Defense need to skate around the net and stay inside the dots as they turn up ice and deliver the pass (3) Once they give the pass to the forward, the defense neded to get their feet outside the blue line.

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