Teaching 2 on 1's and 3 on 1's

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  1. Finnish your Czech

    Finnish your Czech I miss Frank Corrado

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    For the leadership portion of my Phys Ed class, I was told to teach my classmates how to perform 2-on-1's and 3-on-1's and develop a drill for them to do. I was just wondering if you guys had any suggestions on a couple drills I can do with them, and maybe some key points that I may have forgotten when telling them how to do it.

    Note that its floor hockey with plastic sticks, tennis balls and no goalies.

    thanks :)
     
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    This guy draws up a ton of drills, and it's pretty good stuff. This should link you to his youtube channel. Just use the search box to look for 2 on 1 drills or whatever else you need.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/weissie20
     
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    If there aren't goalies, what's the point? The entire point of the passing on a 2 on 1 or a 3 on 1 is to be able to catch the goalie out of position.

    Just take the shot.
     
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    Finnish your Czech I miss Frank Corrado

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    I'm teaching them positioning, and the nets are about 50 x 75 cm
     
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    damn I wish I was in your class growing up, this sounds like it'd be fun
     
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    classic 3vs 1 we teach is the attack triangle. puck carrier(BALL) drives to his side of the net, opposite winger goes to the open side and sets himself for a tap in(he should arrive a little sooner as he isnt carrying the puck, if not hes looking for the rebound) and the third guy, Centre hopefully, stays high open for a pass but also aware of a quick turnover....

    The most important thing i stress is the winger without the puck needs to get his butt to the net as FAST as possible. When there he can decide if he wants to plant for a shot, screen or dig for the rebound. 3 good options. Wingers who dont carry the puck well can still score a tonne of goals!!

    two on one is the same but without the centre.

    On a side note, the sedins do none of these! they give, cross and go as soon as they hit the line. But you need to be twins for this!! lol
     

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