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"Great One Puck Control 1", works on many aspects of puckhandling in a challenging drill. Players are split into 2-3 player units. Replace pucks that are knocked out of place as the drill is being executed. Players execute for 15-20 seconds and then rotate when the coach blows the whistle.
Puck handling progressions for this drill are:
1) Forward Chaos. Players skate a random pattern around the four pucks .
2) Backward Chaos. Players skate a random pattern around the four pucks while going backwards.
3) Knee Touches. Players while performing the chaos skate ,with the puck, alternately touch their left and right knee on the ice.
Puck Control: Manipulate the puck in close to the feet and on both sides of the body. Many players like to carry it in the comfort zone on the forehand. Through active repetition, skills will improve quickly.
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