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 37th installment, Hockey Coach Vision continues with “3@2 Dot Jumper.”
“Key points to this small-area game are a quick transition. When that puck is recovered, make a quick pass to the player on the dot and attack 3-on-2 right away. Take advantage of the space. The team that is attacking has one extra man and must get open. The playmaker is always the man without the puck.” — Larry Huras
Quick Transition game in a small area. Play starts 2-on-2 with the coach chipping a puck to create a race. One extra player from each side must skate directly to a faceoff dot and stay there until they receive a pass.
– If the defenders gain the puck back, they can now activate their third player with a pass
– Options: A) one previous attacker must now go back to a dot to continue 3@2 B) let play continue 3@3
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— HockeyCoachVision (@HockeyCoachVis) September 27, 2018
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