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 41st installment, Hockey Coach Vision continues with “D to D See Saw.”
“Step up over the blue line, take the pass back, go D-to-D and back up… Coaching points of this one are: Smooth pivots and passing; Skate to the position where you are passing the puck to.” — Larry Huras
-Excellent Drill to work D men pivot and passing skills.
-D1 receives pass from D4, then D1 and D2 make a series of “D to D and Up” passes using D3 as a passing target as well.
-After four D to D passes, D2 replaces D3, D1 slides to the right D position, and D4 moves to left D position.
-D rotate as to play both left side and right side
-Smooth hands and feet.
-D maintain a staggered position after passing to their D partner to be ahinge option
-Drill may progress to adding D hinge passes as well.
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