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The wrist shot is a sweeping motion where the puck rolls of the blade from heel to toe. Keys to a good wrist shot include: start with good hockey...
Improve Your Wrist Shot
Professional Hockey Skills Coach Dwayne Blais dives deep into explaining how to improve your wrist-shot. In the video above, Dwayne gives...
Snap shots are generally more effective than wrist shots becuase they are quicker and can catch goalies by surprise. Here are some key to a good...
Improve Your Snap Shot
Skills Coach Dwayne Blais dives into explaining how to improve your snap-shot. The snap-shot is the most lethal shot in the game today because the...
Catch and Release Shot
Ben Eaves demonstrates a Catch and Release Shot. This shooting technique can catch a defenceman and goalie off guard because it can result in a...
Tips To Develop A Quick Release Shot
Professional Hockey Skills Coach Dwayne Blais explains how to develop a quick release shot. The better a player can get at catching...
Keys to the Backhand Shot lean onto strong side foot. spin the puck heel to toe. follow through towards the intended target.
Improve Your Backhand Shot
Professional Hockey Skills Coach Dwayne Blais explains how to improve your backhand wrist-shot and backhand snap-shot. The backhand...
One Timer Coaching Points You must receive a pass that can be one-timed, typically somewhere between your legs. Strong top hand. Lower hand...
Strong Side One Timer
The key to a quality one timer on your strong side is your lower hand. It has to be firm and dig into the ice as the puuck arrives. It is more of a...
Shooting in Stride
Shooting in stride is a great skill for all players to add to their skill set. The exceptional goal scorers are typically very good at this. The...
Improve Your Slap Shot
Skills Coach Dwayne Blais dives into how to improve your slap-shot. The slap-shot is the most powerful shot in the game today if executed...