Welcome to the next installment in a series of weekly videos from Hockey Coach Vision!
Each Wednesday for the next several weeks, 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 20th installment, Hockey Coach Vision continues with “Laura’s Cycle.”
“This Drill works quick attacks to the net off of low cycle plays out of both corners.” — Larry Huras
– FW1 drives up the wall and cycles the puck back to FW2.
– FW2 makes a pass to FW1 who is ready to shoot in the slot.
– After the shot (and rebound if any) FW1 goes to the other corner and picks up a puck and drives up the wall and cycles back to FW2 again.
– FW1 drives to the slot as FW2 goes up the wall.
– FW2 this time cycles the puck back to the corner to FW3 that drives low with timing.
– FW1 drives to the net, FW2 opens up in high slot and receives pass from FW3 who drives low.
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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
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