Hockey is a competitive game. The best way to prepare for competition is by developing practice habits that enhance skill development and reinforce how you want your players to respond during a game. In this presentation, Jamie Rice shares 13 of his best practice games that challenge players to compete and become fully engaged to achieve desired game outcomes.
This presentation shows how game play in practice enhances both skill development and the development of competitive game habits. In addition, the video shows how specific games and game play can create desired outcomes and set the tone for more productive practices with players engaged, excited to participate and challenged.
Coach Rice starts with a short series of team warm-up games to get the competitive juices flowing, and to get players moving both offensively and defensively.
He moves on to a game called "Beaney," a 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3 game that encourages stick-on-stick defensive play and allows for significant offensive creativity. The tone for practice is clearly defined in this competitive battle game that will inspire your team to compete.
Other featured games include:
These games will teach your players to:
When you put players in an environment where they constantly compete, it raises the level of both individual and team competition. This presentation shows coaches how to use game play to bring out the best in their players and how to constantly create challenging practices that captivate the players.
119 minutes. 2014.
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Outstanding video. Excellent presentation and very clear descriptions. Very helpful!
I own the majority of the videos offered on this site. Games to Teach the Game is one of the most useful hockey videos I''ve ever watched. I use all these games with my high school players with great results. This is a "must have" for your library!
Wasn''t sure what I was getting in terms of usability for the younger ages but my worries were unfounded!
After the first watch I used many of these games with my peewee team. They not only excelled at the skill being taught, but because they were playing games, they had FUN! They didn''t even realize they were learning the game of hockey and developing different skills without doing "boring drills".
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