The ability for a team to properly execute a neutral zone regroup can mean the difference between generating a scoring opportunity and giving up a scoring opportunity. In this video, we cover four basic neutral zone regroup tactics to help your team transition from the neutral zone to the offensive zone.
As another great 10,000 Pucks Contest comes to a close, it’s time to recap this year’s event. With over 800 participants from around the world and 3.5 million shots recorded, this was the biggest (and best) contest to date!
Fellow coach and blogger Coach Nielsen has posted a very handy tri-fold coaching card for use during games. If you’re looking for a handy tool to help organize your notes during a game, give his post a look:
Over the last two weeks, we’ve shown you the basic inside edge and outside edge drills. This week we’re going to cover an advanced edgework drill for skaters who have mastered the basic edges.
I’ve had quite a few people as me for a demo video to show just how easy it is to draw a drill using the HockeyShare Online Drill Diagramming platform. Since a picture (or video) is worth a thousand words, I put one together showing how you can draw a drill in just a minute or two and then have access to it any time.
This video walks throught a variation of the NJ Flow Drill focusing on timing, one-touch, and stretch passes. This drill is recommended for Peewee and up, and can be modified to run from both ends simultaneously for more advanced groups.
Getting a team to gel together can be a big task if you’ve got a lot of new players on your team. Here is a list of ten ideas to improve your team’s chemistry early in the season.