When Stickhandling How do you keep the puck close to your body?
To keep the puck you need to keep it away from the defenders. By simply moving the puck from one side of your body to the other side, you can gain 5 to 15 feet of separation.
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Another key point is the stickhandling action. Keeping the blade of the stick square to the ice, cupping the puck from forehand to backhand, maintaining control, fluent movement and feel the puck on the center of your blade.
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The Quick Hands drill is the foundation for all your stickhandling skills. Focus on soft, quick touches, rolling the wrists and little to no arm movement. The keys to this skill are to roll the wrist and cup the puck on both the forehand and backhand side.
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The top hand creates the most important part of the lever, the farthest point. (For the science nerds out there… Work is the force times the distance, W = Fd). This is why taller players have historically dominated the hardest shot competition in professional hockey.
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Move the puck back and forth with your top hand and help build that wrist strength. Once this has been practiced, put your other hand on the stick. This will emphasize the importance of using your top hand to roll the wrists and not rely on your bottom hand for movement.
Stick & Puck is a public session and provides a perfect opportunity for hockey players of all ages to focus on skill development. Complete hockey equipment is recommended! Participants must supply their own pucks. Full ice games/scrimmages are not permitted during Stick & Puck sessions.