The Tip-In Timing drill is a good drill for forwards, defense, and goalies. It is also a great half-ice drill. The drill starts when the F1 in the corner passes to the D2 at the point. F1 then skates out around the cone / face-off dot and goes to the net with their stick on the ice. D1 receives the first pass passes the puck to D2. This player then shoots hard, low, and at F1's stick. The goal is to try and time the shot so the forward can tip the puck on their way to the net instead of having to wait for the shot to come. After the tip, F1 continues into the opposite corner, picks up a puck and makes a pass to D2. The same routine then continues from the other corner.
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