Championship Productions, Inc.
Features & Benefits
  • Press your scoring opportunities
  • Get to the puck faster
  • Assure execution with multi purpose drills
with Mark Carlson,
Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) Head Coach; 2005 Clark Cup Champions;
2x U.S. Junior Select Team Head Coach ('08 and '09), Back-to-Back World Junior A Challenge Champions ('08 and '09); 2008-09 United States Olympic Committee Development Coach of the Year

Breakouts are necessary to create the dangerous 2-on-1 plays. Mark Carlson, the USHL's Coach of the Year in 2004-05, covers the key breakout ingredients - quick, move the puck, timing, talking, read pressure and maintain puck support - in these hockey drills. Details include getting to the puck quickly, check shoulder, not handling the puck, forwards in position and support of the puck. The defense drill uses only the defensemen in a 2-on-2 alignment. The next drill involves one defenseman and one forward and can be run out of both ends. The Mohawk Turn is a skill used in this drill where the player's chest is facing middle rink, ready to receive a pass. Breakout options include adding two defensemen with two forwards at both ends. Other drills focus on support and positioning, reading pressure in the neutral zone and reading pressure in breakouts. These hockey drills are fundamental in nature and rely on many small details to assure execution.

76 minutes. 2008.


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Breakout Drills
on March 22, 2010
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by CoachNielsen

Quite a few good drills on this video. SOme for defensemen to help with the BO and others that incorporate the wings. I love the chip and double chip drills. These are drills that you can bring to your practices and the players will feel they are learning something valuable.
Coach Nielsen
www.IceHockeyDrills.info

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