Wednesday Drill of the Week: 6 Pass 2v1

This one might be a little confusing but I’m going to give it a shot.

6 Pass 2v1 Half Ice.jpg

The drill starts with the F at the blue line (XF) making a pass to the F in the corner (black dotted line). They exchange passes as the blueline F skates towards the corner F (purple dotted line). At the same time, the D in the corner passes D-D and then up to the point (green) – the point D walks the blue line for a long shot on net.

When the blue line F gets close to the corner, he passes to the corner D (pink dotted line) who initiates a breakout sequence with both Forwards (blue dotted lines). The two F then go into the Neutral Zone and regroup, while the D who took the long shot gaps up and plays them 2v1.

This drill creates an unbalanced, quick hitter 2v1 while incorporating a lot of passes and puck movement on one half of the ice.

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