Ice Hockey Hong Kong. By Thomas Wong. Skating techniques. We Started on basic technique skating e.g. gliding, plough stop and turning. . Then moved on to more advanced techniques e.g. sharp turns, crossover turns, hockey stops and backward skating. .
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Ice Hockey Hong Kong
By Thomas Wong
We Started on basic technique skating e.g. gliding, plough stop and turning.
Then moved on to more advanced techniques e.g. sharp turns, crossover turns, hockey stops and backward skating.
Finally we had power skating drills e.g. V-start, Crossover start and explosive acceleration.
We started on stationary stick handling.
Then carrying the puck in motion and passing to each other.
On day 3 we started shooting using the wrist shot, we even had a goalie at the end.
“We had the whole ice rink to ourselves every morning!”
“ We have a fun game at the end of everyday and on the whole of the last day!”
“The pizza party on the last day where Mr. Jabal bought 15 pizzas!!!”
Many of us agreed that the hardest skating technique was learning the hockey stop.
This activity best reflect the Risk-takers aspect of the IB learner profile as many of us were beginners in ice skating and had to approach the unfamiliar situations and uncertainty in ice hockey.