Nine Words to Improve Your Passing Game:
MOVE YOUR MOUTH, MOVE YOUR LEGS & MOVE THE PUCK
Any time you want the puck, pass the puck, it is your responsibility to skate, move & talk with your team mates. Your team mates need to know you are available for a pass. Communication leads to better vision, passing and more goals!
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Seven Key to Receiving Passes:
- See the puck
- Call for the puck
- Your stick needs to be out in front of your body
- Your stick needs to be on the ice
- Your stick needs to form a right angle when receiving pass
- Skate to the puck, do not stop skating and reach
- Use skates, body and hands to receive bad passe
- Control Skate, Communicate & Accelerate
Are your players making the most of the space?
Move the Puck - Use the full width of the rink! The puck moves faster than any player so get your players to look up and move the puck to a team-mate in space to stretch the opposition!
Players need to learn to move the puck to open space.
- Soft pass to open space
- No space pass boards
- Board passes
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Sports Psychology Tips:
- Players need to know where they are going
- Player need to know the plan to get them there
- Use visual aids to show the steps
- Identify the big goals
- The bigger the goal the more commitment and motivation is needed
- Identify each step along the way, that must be accomplished
- Identify the performance goals that must be achieved
- Talk about the obstacles that need to be overcome
- Have players write down the plan and goals
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