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 49th installment, Hockey Coach Vision continues with “Columbus Breakout.”
– Coach rims in a puck for the goalie to take and pass back to the supporting D in the corner
– D1 then makes a quick pass to the supporting winger on the wall who then passes to the other D2 man who is jumping up middle ice.
– Center support the puck low and slow through the middle of the ice.
– D2 now makes a quick up pass to the forwards as they continue 2@1
– This is a timing drill. Forwards must read the break out speed and timing of the D and adjust their skating patters accordingly.
– D call for pass from goalie and other players should call for each pass as well.
– D alternate attacking and defending.
– Players should come back into the lines they started from to keep colours straight.
“This drill has a tactical element built in to work all of the skills necessary for forwards and D-men to make a quick, efficient break out.” — Larry Huras
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