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One On One

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Explanation: Defenseman (D) begins with the puck in the corner and skates towards the Forward (F). The D-man passes to the Forward and then transitions from forward skating to backwards skating around the pylon. After receiving the puck, the forward then tries to beat the defenseman and get a shot on net.

Tips: Work one-on-one as the basic building block until defensemen are ready to do the same drill with two forwards in a two-on-one. Add another D-man and forward to make a three-on-two.

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