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It’s a simple puck-handling drill, one we’ve witness countless times over the years at all levels right up to the NHL. But when Calgary Flames goalie coach Jason LaBerbera added his own simple twist to increase the focus (and fun) earlier this season, we knew we had to share.
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Great stuff ??
So simple and good 🙂
I like to put up “no-goalie” nets(the small sturdy ones you use when there’s no goalie around) as well if I’m allowed to. And put it 2 meters behind the line of players
1) It collects up pucks so you coaches don’t need to skate around that much.
2) Lets the goalie have a little game on their own during the end of the drill, instead of just shoving it to the side of the net.
If I was standing on the middle of the blue line, I’d tell the goalie to pass it to me as well, And I’d pass it to the group that needed pucks.