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Aug. 24, 2020 at 9:03 a.m. MDT

"Disadvantaged", builds puck control confidence and success by giving one player a significant advantage over the other. Players are partnered and spread out throughout the zone. Players play 1vs1 keepaway in their designated small area. If the puck leaves their area players simply grab the closest spotted puck . One player is only allowed to use one hand on their stick and it must be the bottom hand. The other partner plays normally. On the whistle, players rest for twenty seconds and switch roles.

Teaching Points

Two Handed Player: Width and depth in puckhandling. Use reach and range advantage and body position to your advantage. Strong stick and manipulate the weaker stick that has only one hand. One Handed Player: Position stick in puckhandling lane as much as possible, chip pucks to space, continue to compete and don't be frusterated. Body bumping is important!!

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