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Bombs Away

Aug. 24, 2020 at 11:22 a.m. MDT

"Bombs Away", is a shooting favourite. Mastering the one timer is a difficult task for all players but a lot of fun to work on. A stick is placed in the middle of the sequence and serves as a guide for width and depth in this drill. The static player begins with a puck and awaits the moving player. They quickly exchange the puck while the moving player transitions and receives a one timer pass and shoots. As soon as the first puck is shot, the static player moves another puck to the shooter for a 2nd shot. The sequence then repeats, until six pucks are shot. Players then switch roles.

Teaching Points

Shooting: Shot preparation is the key for the "One Timer". Both players must work together and communicate with their voices to create timing on the shots. Passes should be made to the lead foot to allow for an optimal release for the shooter.

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