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.
Welcome to our 50th installment! Hockey Coach Vision continues with “Back-to-Back 3@3.”
– Nets are placed back to back in middle of end zone as two teams line up on blue line
– Coach fires puck between nets or around boards to put puck into play
– One player from each team moves into the shooting position as two players from each team try to get possession of the puck
– Players can play 2@2 or pass to shooter for screen shot or deflection pass
– A goal off of a pass is worth one point. A goal off of a screen, deflection or rebound is worth two points to promote battles in front of the nets with D wrist shots
“Fun game that really works net front battles and positioning. Extra emphasis is placed on scoring off of screens and rebounds. Defending players must battle for body position and control their opponent’s sticks in front of the net.” — Larry Huras
Hockey Coach Vision is a software for Mac, PC, iPad and Android tablets.
It allows you to digitalize your drills and tactics in animated 3D and share them.
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Hockey Coach Vision is now available in multiple languages!!!
You can choose between english, german, french, russian, czech, slovak, norwegian, swedish, finnish, latvian.
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