Multidimensional Hockey Drills and Practices

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How should a modern hockey drill and practice look like? How much does the console games affect your players and in what way, something negative or is it an opportunity? What can we hockey coaches learn from the world of console games? These are questions that are handled in the book and transferred as practical examples to hockey drills!

Personally, I am not a big fan of console games, even if it can sometimes, surely be perceived that way in the book. For example, I would prefer that my own children were more physically active than they are right now! Probably I’m not alone about that idea?

But I try to understand, see the possibilities, and handle the new challenges, as a parent and coach and share these lessons, connections, development and opportunities for you as a hockey coach and, or parent.

How do you change a one dimensional hockey drill to a modern multidimensional hockey drill? Or what components are needed in a modern skill developing hockey drill?

Learnings from console games are transferred in practice to your on ice drills and off-ice practices, with over 200 hockey drills in the end.

Super Mario or F0rtn1t3 Hockey Drills

New version of the hockey drill book. The first release was stopped by Epic Games, due to the reference to Fortnite from a Hockey book

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Youth Hockey practice drill 2 on 1

Simple youth hockey drill for 2 vs 1, on one quarter of full ice. In the three other areas of the ice, hockey practice, you can run the hockey drill as 1 on 1, 2 on 2 and 2 on 0.

Youth hockey drill practice 2 on 1, 2 on 0, 1 on 1, 2 on 2

The 2 on 1 youth hockey drill performed on a hockey practice at Teemu Selanne hockey camp in Finland for youth hockey players, 10-11 years old.

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Hockey 4-1 System / Set Up Russia

I wrote earlier about the Swedish 2-2-1 set up and quite aggressive forecheck, if you then look at the World Champions in hockey Russia, you find almost the opposite, very defensive 4-1 or V set up. When the forecheck is started they have almost a 2-2-1 set up, that is transferred to a wall or trap when they stop the attack from the opposite team. Not maybe fully transferrable to floorball, but I hope this post still will create some thoughts outside the box…

Russia 4-1 system, set up, tactic in Hockey / Floorball