Winnipeg Jets goalie Laurent Brossoit stayed out late after a recent morning skate to work with long-time goaltending coach Wade Flaherty, and one of the drills stood out as a great way to work on getting comfortable with a tough play, one applicable to all ages.

Flaherty and Brossoit lined up a bunch of puck from the face-off dot out towards the blue line, creating a lane for their shooters driving towards the net off the rush, with another player set up for a possible cross-ice pass from below the dot.

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