If your 5 on 3 PP is struggling this is a set-up that may work for your team. The playmaker 5 on 3 will utilize your best player and ensure that he or she gets the puck on his or her stick to dictate the scoring chances on the PP. It is important to have the proper shooting hands on the ice, but there is a little bit of flexibility in some areas (especially at the point). This drill ultimately allows for your best player to set-up 4 one-timer opportunities in open-ice.
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