Welcome to the next installment in a series of videos from Hockey Coach Vision!
Every few weeks throughout the year, the staff at Hockey Coach Vision, including Larry Huras, Filip Kostovic and Franjo Zajec, will release a new training video to help you as a coach pass on hockey-specific tips, training and skills to the next generation of ice hockey players.
In our 42nd installment, Hockey Coach Vision continues with “3@2 Cross Ice Low Passer”
“To start play in the 3@2 cross ice game, the coach will chip one off the end boards as the players race for the puck. One player from each side must set up low below the goal (red #1, blue #7). Before attacking the net a pass must be made to the low player then try to find open players in front. Coaching points of this one are: Quick transition, Good communication, Get open, Good body position and control the sticks of the players out front.” — Larry Huras
– Fun small area game that promotes quick transition and scoring in a restricted space.
– After coach chips puck low, one player goes behind each net to act as a passer as other four players battle 2@2
– Attacking team can use low player to create 3@2
– The passer may move laterally but not above the imaginary goal line
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— HockeyCoachVision (@HockeyCoachVis) September 27, 2018
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Made by Anders Gjose @AGjose5 , the NORWAY U20 has a total of 67 animated drills you can use and edit for practice. pic.twitter.com/cxbrgEK2du
— HockeyCoachVision (@HockeyCoachVis) October 9, 2018
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