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ACE DIRECTOR PRESENTATION Cross Ice Games What is Cross Ice? Why is Cross Ice important? Environment for self learning Organization, logistics and statistics Conclusion OBJECTIVE TODAY Why is it important for players at age 10 to understand what is a left wing? COMMON ANSWERS

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ACE DIRECTOR PRESENTATION

Cross Ice Games


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What is Cross Ice?

Why is Cross Ice important?

Environment for self learning

Organization, logistics and statistics

Conclusion

OBJECTIVE TODAY


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Why is it important for players at age 10 to understand what is a left wing?


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COMMON ANSWERS

  • Know what side of the ice to play on

  • Line up effectively for face off

  • Understand team play

  • Defensive zone coverage

  • Offensive zone forecheck

  • Understand left from right


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How does this make them better hockey players?


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CROSS ICE

  • Cross Ice utilizes a playing surface reduced in size

  • The number of participants vary

  • Rules are modified to meet the needs of players

  • Rink is divided into two or more playing surfaces


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Skating (straight lines)

Doesn’t get to the puck

Doesn’t touch the puck

WHY CROSS ICE


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Skates in traffic

Learns time and space

Touches the puck

Develops hockey sense

WHY CROSS ICE


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WHY CROSS ICE


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WHY CROSS ICE

  • Promotes creativity

  • Increases competitive environment

  • Eliminates the need for traditional conditioning drills

  • Increases player participation

  • Accelerates the learning process

  • Creates a more enjoyable experience


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ENVIRONMENT

  • Self learning–“Shinny hockey”

  • Maximize skill acquisition–“more puck touches”

  • Positive environment–“Passion to Play”

  • Increased tempo–“eliminate whistles”

  • Enhances decision making skills –“read and react quickly”

  • Teaches “Mental Game Speed”

  • Focus of the coach –“fundamental skills/situations of hockey”


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ORGANIZATION

  • Traditional rules no longer apply–icing, offside's, face offs etc…

  • Rink Dividers, fire hoses, benches

  • Locker Rooms–three teams back-to-back hours

  • Parking

  • Education–coaches, parents, players, league directors, association directors, rink managers

  • Train young officials

  • More ice time created within your program or league


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STATISTICS: 1976 study of youth games by George Kingston

  • Sixty minute game for 6-8 year-old children

  • Average puck possession time 20.7 seconds

  • Actual playing time 20:38

  • Less than .5 shots per game

  • Many players never touched the puck!


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STATISTICS2003 Squirt Cross Ice Game

  • 128 Shots on net

  • 84% save average

  • One cross ice game can equal 10-12 full ice games


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STATISTICS: Olympic Results

  • 2002 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES Men’s Gold-Medal Game

  • 60-Minute Game

  • 19:37 minutes of ice time

  • 25.6 shifts

  • 1:01.4 of puck possession time

  • 16.3 passes received

  • 19 passes attempted

  • 5.3 shots taken

  • 40.3 puck touches

  • Men’s Per Game Averages

  • 60-Minute Game

  • 18:40.5 minutes of ice time

  • 23.65 shifts

  • 1:07.05 of puck possession time

  • 21 passes received

  • 23.05 passes attempted

  • 4.22 shots taken

  • Women’s Per Game Averages

  • 60-Minute Game

  • 18:36.8 minutes of ice time

  • 26.27 shifts

  • 1:12 of puck possession time

  • 17.10 passes received

  • 20.37 passes attempted

  • 5.44 shots taken

  • 48.86 puck touches


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STATISTICS2002 National Tournament Results

  • 12-and-Under

  • 45-Minute Game

  • 16:02 minutes of ice time

  • 21 shifts

  • 38.4 seconds of puck possession time

  • 9.6 passes received

  • 12.4 passes attempted

  • 5.2 shots taken

  • 31.8 puck touches

  • 14-and-Under

  • 48-Minute Game

  • 18:06 minutes of ice time

  • 19.4 shifts

  • 1:06.02 of puck possession time

  • 12.8 passes received

  • 18.3 passes attempted

  • 5.3 shots taken

  • 43.1 puck touches

  • 16-, 18- and-Under

  • 51-Minute Game

  • 17:13 minutes of ice time

  • 18.9 shifts

  • 48.3 of puck possession time

  • 11.8 passes received

  • 15.9 passes attempted

  • 5.4 shots taken

  • 39.3 puck touches


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CONCLUSION

  • Teaches hockey sense

  • Furthers FUNdamental skills of hockey

  • Eliminates complicated systems and teaches simple situations


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QUESTIONS?


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www.usahockey.com

Please contact your ACE Coach Directorfor more information


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