Basic Coaching strategies

Discussion in 'The Rink' started by Randall Graves*, Nov 3, 2006.

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  1. Just had a question, what are same basic coaching strategies I can use for my intermediate level hockey team that doesn't practice together alot?
     
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    tell them to talk a lot on the ice. I notice that teams that don't play a lot together don't talk on the ice and communication is BIG. If you want something more in depth try a book, I don't feel like typing more than... this much.[/end]
     
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    prevent defense will cost you games. PLAY YOUR POSITION but be aware of a pinching player and fill that spot. Keep shift times down! 2.5 minutes should be a MAX. Close the gap, dont give up a lot of space for an opponent to skate freely.

    NEVER clear a puck from the corners out through the middle!
     

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