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1 OTTAWA DSTRCT HOCKEY ASSOCATON OTTAWA DSTRCT MNOR HOCKEY ASSOCATON O.D.H.A. COACHES' WORKSHOP NOVE:MBER 21, stan Keon Merivale Rd., Su~e 204, Nepean, Ontario K2G 4N4 Telephone: (613) Fax:

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3 Page 1. TEACHNG TO-DAY'SDEFENCEMAN - A CHALLENGE:. STEPS N TEACHNG NDVDUAL AND/OR TEAM TACTCS: i) identify the tactic to be taught i.e. closing the gap ii) identify the key teaching points iii) design drills to reinforce the technical skills used to execute the tactic iv) design drills to practise the tactic repetitively v) design efficient (game-like) drills to practise the tactic. 2. COACH'S RESPONSBLTES N DEVELOPNG HS PLAYERS: i) Evaluating his players/team and priortizing the needs to be addressed. ii) Outline a plan - what has to be taught? why? when1 how? iii) ~efore teaching a new tactic, reinforce technical skills required to perform that tactic. iv) Because the defenceman should be your best skater provide opportunities in every practice to learn, to hone, to reinforce the skills he requires. v) When he masters a skating skill, have fiim/her perform that skill with a puck. vi) Encourage players to communicate on the ice i.e. goalie and defenceman. Teach them a common language that they all unierstand i.e. "pressure" - someone's on your tail. " got the puck carrier'~ you get the other man. "time" - no pressure - turn up quickly. vii) Teach D'S to read through first forechecker (see whole ice).

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5 .'. Page (cont'd) viii) Teach D's to read and react both defensively and offensively in each zone. a) teach options in every zone.~ b) teach read-react skills using no resistance, then passive, thep.active resistance. ix) Give your D'S the opportunity to learn and practise all of the offensive skills, individual and team tactics that you teach your forwards i.e. lx, 2X, 3X2. N.B. n a game situation, they should know how to respond to these opportunities. x) Continuous practice, correction and reinforcement are necessary to develop your players into ~fullyfledged" defencemen. 3. SKLLS LST - DEFENCEMEN: A. FORWARD SKATNG - starting, stopping, acceleration, glide turn, tight turn, X-over turn, forward to backwar~ pivot. B. BACKWARD SKATNG - ( -:"~ starting - C-cut - X-over acceleration stopping -- V-stop T-stop - X-overs, glide, mohawk (back to forward pivot) - lateral movement - step-overs.

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7 Page 3. C. PUCK CONTROL N.B. FOREHAND - BACKHAND ) i) Stick handling and puck handling while executing all skating skills ii) Passing - tape to tape, open space, bank, counter, one-touch, redirecs N.B. Passes should be quick, hard, deceptive. Learn to pass while moving forward, backward, pivoting, crossing-over, etc. iii) Pass-receiving -- open ice, off boards, u,$e skates, gloves and stick iv) Shooting - wrist, sweep, snap, slap, flip, one-touch D. CHECKNG A) Non-contact -- poke check, sweep, stick lift, stick press, hook check. - blocking - impeding puck-carrier's progress by skating in front. N.B. tactic -- ANGLNG must be taught in all areas of ice. -contact - body checking i) rece1v1ng a check, ii) shoulder iii) hip iv) block v)pinning, vi) body. E. SHOT BLOCKNG $. PRNCPLES OF OFFENSVE & DEFENSVE TEAM PLAY Defensive Offensive PRESSURE STALL/CONTAN. SUPPORT TRANSTON PRESSURE PUCK CONTROL SUPPORT TRANSTON

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9 f, page APPLCATON OF DEFENSVE PRNCPLES: Objectives -- i) Limit Time and Space ) Limit puck pessession iii) Force offence to poor ice position iv) Prevent scoring chances A. Pressure - when? goal area ~ slot area, mid-lane threat. - when defensive players outnumber/equ~1 offensive players on defensive side of puck. -when puck carrier has poor control.of puck. - when you have support. when approaching back of puck carrie i.e. pinching, standing upon the blue line, overplay in neutral zone. B. STALL/CONTAN When? when no immediate threat i.e. opponents end, neutral ice. -outnumbered by offense i.e. 2Xl, 3X2. - when puck-carrier is moving towards you in good control. ; _. - when support is not available. C. SUPPORT AND STAGGER: '-Dl on puck side plays up"'onpuck carrier - D2 plaj'$ in a staggered position, ready to support i.e. pick up loose puck, open man, position for.xl if Dl gets beat etc. take away passing option.

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11 Page 5. D. TRANSTON. - On turn-over, defencemen must:know their responsibilities. -Space awareness is critical to a defenceman's succes~in changing from defense to offense, i.e. f he gets control of puck, he should know where other players are positioned on the ice in advance of picking up the puck. - He must read and react accordingly, he must know what his options ~e. 6. TACTCS TO BE TAUGHT TO ADDRESS DEFENSVE PRNCPLES: ") Angling: - deflecting - Steering.. inside - out directing players to the board - delaying -- allowing forecheckers time to support. ii) Checking Techniques: - Quick pressure -' close the gap Angle to steer body focus - body in ready position low centre of gravity - maintain gap control 1-2 stick lengths away from puck carrier,.~.r' n~~jq~are:;bodt and skate - use boards as extra man - if puck carrier stops, you stop - decide: pressure or contain - Track the Puck~

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13 Page (cont'd) iii) Reading the Rush -- each zone determines how you play the next zone. A. Offensive Zone "-- loose puck, prpotct the middle, insideout - proximity to puck dictates if you attack or be passive and set up for second zone defence. 1 : B. Neutral Zone i) Protect Middle.;.eam,Le. D's responsibility ii) One D in middle -- back checker picks up outside an iii) Support and stag~er iv) Fill lanes on defensive side. v) On 6riss-Cross - stay in lanes. C. Defensive Zone Follow above principles. N.B. On Criss-Cross: below face-off circle, D play man to man. N.B Rule (for defensemen and support staff (forwards) i) puck inoltensive zone -- 2 men on blue lin ii) puck in neutral ice 3 men on red line (3 lanes" c <ilvered) iii) puck into defensive zone -- 4 men on blue line (3 lanes covered and 4th man picks up trailer). 7. A. Defensive Zone -- Communicate, Screen, SUPPOyt.

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15 Page OFFENSVE PLAY A. Defensive Zone - Communicate, Screen, Support. Teaching defencemen break-out options: reading and reacting to.f.c. i) turn-up ii) net as screen iii) stop-change direction iv) turn-back (reverse) v) bank pass:t vi~ reverse bank vii) give and go ix) Rim (last resort) N.B. See drill sheets. B. Neutral ice. 1. HUSTLE: ~ -- PRESSURE 2. STAGGERED,,, -Sapport~ -- passing option --pr~pared for transition 3. Options -- i) D to F ii) D to D to F iii) D to D, to D to F iv) D to F to D (gice and Go -- rushing with puck filling land v) reading screen and reacting jumping shoot?? into dump the attack?? t'1l>. Ri.m?? C. Offensive Zone Positioning -- D on puck side ft. on line lined inside blue line up with backside post.

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17 Page 8 c. Offensive Zone (cont'd) Read and React shoot on net - low, quick - dump in corner retjlrn pass.-.give and go peel off boards for good angle shot move to open space for scoringfopportunity - partner suppmrts on shot and pinch. 8. DRLLS

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19 Symbols Throughout this manual, rink diagrams are used to illustrate drills or concepts. These symbols are used on these diagrams. TEAMS OFFENSVE DEFENSVE & RGHT DEFENSEMAN LEFT &. &. LEFT WNG (2";...~ i1.~ NEW PLAYER COACH ASSSTANT 0'" PLAYERS. FORWARD SKATNG BACKWARD SKATNG... ~ /1 J f ----~ 4 A G -1+-" t l BACKWARD CROSSOVER STOP PVOT SKATE AND STCKHANDLE SHOOT PASS PYLON GOALTENDER DROPPNG THE PUCK SUDDEN STOP BLOCKNG (SCREENNG) BODYCHECK

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