Check your internet speed to make sure your internet is fast enough for smooth playback. We
recommend a minimum
internet download speed of 1.5mbps for video-on-demand content and 4mbps for live event
How fast is my internet?
You can test your internet speed by
using a service such
as www.speedtest.net. If your
download speed is slower,
your viewing experience may be degraded. Please note that viewing a live video stream
over a wireless connection can
Disable ad-blockers or other browser extensions that may be interfering with the page.
"Hard refresh" the page. This is done by pressing the "Ctrl-F5" keys on Windows or
"Cmd-Shift-R" on Mac.
Close all instances of your browser then relaunch the browser and try again.
Clear your browser cache. You can find instructions for clearing your cache here.
If problems persist, it may be a problem at the live stream venue. Please try again later.
Video playback is very slow
There could be a number of causes resulting in slow or interrupted video playback. In general, if
connecting over Wi-Fi and experiencing constant rebuffering or other issues during playback, try
your router to another location and away from other devices that may cause electrical
We recommend the following:
Move your wireless router to a more central location of your home.
Move your wireless router to an elevated surface such as a desk or on top of a bookshelf.
Clear clutter from the vicinity of your wireless router.
"Windshield Wiper", creatively works on width and depth in puckhandling. Coaches partner the players and spread them throughout the zone. On the whistle, the resting player who is down on one knee swipes his stick back and forth with the shaft on the ice (like a windshield wiper on a window). This is done at a slow and constant speed to allow the puckhandler to have success. The active players moves the puck in and out to avoid being hit by the wiper. After 20 seconds, the coach blows the whistle and the partners switch roles.
Puck handling: Read and react to the wiper speed and rhythm. Hands are close togther to allow for maximum reach and range in puck handling. Use the toe drag and dynamic blade to manipulate the puck away from the body and in close.
Players can also move their feet to make the drill more challenging.
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Downloadable and Printable version with Arena Diagram is provided below