Quarter Ice Angle 1 vs 1

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This is a station drill that only uses 1/4 of the ice surface so it is great for station based or ADM practices. It is a simple drill but teach players about how to angle is very important and this drill set them up to work how to do this. The offensive players will start with a puck and slalom throught the cones and then try to attack the net. The defensive player will go around the cone and try to time it so that they are able to angle the offensive player to the boards.

Coaching Points

  • Use stick position to discourage offensive player from cutting back to middle of the ice.
  • Try to stay even with the offensive players shoulders with slightly more speed and check the hands into the wall.

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Otters on 11/1/2018

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patrice on 10/27/2018

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