Hockey drills for passing

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  • A starts with the ball and returns the pass to B.
  • B has the ball wide to C.
  • D runs into the depths and gets a hard pass from C who finishes his corner.
  • A has run through and receives a hard pass from C towards the circle.
  • A takes on and turns to her backhand and rounds. Preferably high.
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  • A passes the ball to B.
  • B makes eye contact with C who comes running in to the ball.
  • C takes a closed approach and only then turns away to the left or right.
  • C drives the ball into the circle and rounds on goal.

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  • A starts with the ball and passes the ball to B.
  • B takes the ball and passes right back to A.
  • C runs wide and gets a hard ball from A.
  • B runs up towards the circle and gets the ball back from C who cannot move forward due to the defender standing there.
  • B takes the ball and accelerates towards the circle and hits the goal.

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  • A starts with the ball a has a hard flats to B.
  • B passes the ball back to C.
  • C then makes a passing move past the pawns.
  • B runs through and plays with C who rebounds.
  • C has got the ball back and passes the ball back to the run through A.
  • After several balls apply the 1touch in the circle.
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  • Divide the group into two.
  • Group 1 is going to play party in the box.
  • Group 2 does the drill:
    • A gives a scoop to B.
    • C sees space on the sideline and accelerates that way and gets a hard pass from B.
    • C and D play and 2:1 against the defender.
    • If the defender takes the ball then she scores in the goaltending on the side.
  • Alternate groups.
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  • Divide the group into two.
  • Group 1 is going to play party in the box.
  • Group 2 does the drill:
    • A gives a scoop to B.
    • C sees space on the sideline and accelerates that way and gets a hard pass from B.
    • C and D play and 2:1 against the defender.
    • If the defender takes the ball then she scores in the goaltending on the side.
  • Alternate groups.
drawing

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  • B runs wide and receives a hard pass from A.
  • B makes an elevator assumption over the bar.
  • Accelerates around the 2 pawns.
  • Finishes with a strike on goal.

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Points of attention

  • A should make a hard directed push into the forehand of B.
  • B comes offering and runs through the ball. stick to the ground moving forward.
    Takes the ball in the run and accelerates with the forehand past the pawns.
    Keeping the ball on the stick so NO tapping.
    Enters the circle, lines up the ball and hits goal.
    Hands together, left foot in front towards the goal, slightly sinking through the knees, finish your stroke.

  • On the other side is the same thing only there you have to step around the ball when driving past the pawns to keep it on your forehand.
  • Swap on the same side so A to B's spot and vice versa.
  • When all balls are gone, switch sides and do the exercise on the other side.
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Two separate exercises that you can both do for 10 min

  • First: the explanation of the tip-in exercise
  • B starts running around the pawns and accelerates towards A when he gets to the goal
  • A gives a hard, aimed pass in the direction of the goal
  • B tips the ball so that it changes direction
  • Then they change places
Other exercise
  • We are going to practise running out
  • A is the right defence player who wants to play the ball somewhere
  • B is the right center and he is going to run an in out.
  • He starts in the middle of the pitch and wants to pass to A
  • He accelerates towards the sideline A can choose whether or not to give the ball
  • If he does not give the ball then A completes his line and comes back to where he started and then runs an in-out again
  • If A passes the ball B takes the ball and may score in the goal.

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