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Moon Shoot

Aug. 24, 2020 at 1:29 p.m. MDT

"Moon Shoot", can be used as a warm-up shooting drill. The first designated player shoots and then skates below the goal line to a pile of spotted pucks, retrieves and passes to the next shooter who repeats. Shooting sequences can be: Left to right, right to left, side to side. Adjust the depth of the shooting lines also so the goaltenders receive different types of shots.

Teaching Points

Shooting: Eyes are up and at the target when shooting, use various types of shots (wrist, snap, slap), pull with the top hand and push with the bottom hand to maximize the power of the lever. Be purposeful in every shot. Most players will simply try to rip it off the glass!! Passing: Eye contact and call for puck, pass the puck crisply with a wrist pass which is much more accurate than a slap pass.

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