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Full Ice Puck Handling Course

For age level: 11 to 13

Explanation: Place pylon from face off dots in one end, to the other, to create 3 lanes on the ice. Use each lane for a specific puck handling drill. Players skate up one side, back through the middle, and up the other side then switch to the far lane and continue. Puck handling drills can include narrow / wide carry, narrow / wide one hand carry, one hand push, one knee touch / two knees touch, one knee 180, drop to feet & kick to stick, feet only, two pucks, and any other puck handling action. For variety, the pylons can also be used as a slalom course, one player pushing and the other stick handling.

Tips: Make use of the red line and blue lines for place to have players drop to one knee or two knees, while maintaining control of the puck, or to perform a specific action.

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