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Developing Defenseman and Defensive Zone. Jeff Giesen Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach St. Cloud State University. Defenseman Skills. Skating Puckhandling Passing Shooting. Skating. Probably the biggest thing in hockey Work on a daily basis

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Developing defenseman and defensive zone

Developing Defenseman andDefensive Zone

Jeff GiesenAssistant Women’s Hockey CoachSt. Cloud State University


Defenseman skills

Defenseman Skills

  • Skating

  • Puckhandling

  • Passing

  • Shooting


Skating

Skating

  • Probably the biggest thing in hockey

  • Work on a daily basis

  • Good starts gives more confidence and can help on gap control both offensively and defensively

  • Pivots, don’t crossover open up your hips


Skating drills

Skating Drills

  • Up and Back

  • Triple Circle

  • Big Figure 8

  • Mirror drill

  • Small Figure 8

    • Horizontal

    • Lateral

  • Iron Cross


Puckhandling and passing

Puckhandling and Passing

  • Do as many things with pucks as possible

  • Always try and keep the puck on the forehand

  • Have players pass in practice

  • Incorporate into off ice

  • Communicate when passing both ways

  • Don’t give your problem to someone else


Puckahandling drills

Puckahandling Drills

  • 3 circles with pucks

  • Big figure 8 with pucks

  • Small figure 8’s

    • Horizontal

    • Lateral

  • Iron Cross with pucks

  • Chop chops and Figure 8’s with pucks


Passing drills

Passing Drills

  • Breakout warm up

  • Dump in with pivot B.O

  • Big figure 8 with one touch

  • Small figure 8 with one touch

    • Lateral

    • Horizontal

  • Rocking Horse


Shooting

Shooting

  • Proper technique

  • Keep your head up

  • Something to incorporate into off ice workouts

  • Keeping shots on net

  • Change shooting lanes

  • Limit stick handling


Shooting drills

Shooting Drills

  • Down up and around

    • With pass to partner

  • Pass re-pass for shot

  • Gather and Shoot

    • With pass to partner

  • One timers


Defensive zone

Defensive Zone

  • Defense is dull, boring commonplace. It is the unimaginative plodding attention to duty. It is grit and determination. There is never a day you can’t use defense. All you need is the decision to put out. To give 100 percent. What defense discloses is character. Effort and energy are a matter of will.

    Dr. George Sheehan

    Running and Being


Defensive zone1

Defensive Zone

  • COMMUNICATE

  • Always on the defensive side

  • Know your responsibilities

    • Defense one in front at all times

    • Centers working board to board

    • Wings on points and high slot area

  • Good position


Defensive zone2

Defensive Zone

  • Keep your stick down in passing lanes

  • Head on a swivel

  • Control your opponent in one on one situations

  • Chase vs. contain

  • Contain after the puck moves

  • Establish good angles and gap control be quick, take away time and space


Defensive zone development

Defensive Zone Development

  • Breaking it down into smaller parts

  • 1 on 1

  • Situations

    • 2 on 2

    • 3 on 2

    • 3 on 3

    • 5 on 5


1 on 1

1 on 1

  • Shadow

  • Out of the corner

    • Fwd in the corner

    • Fwd half way

    • Fwd and D are even

  • Def. plays 3 1on1’s

  • Zone entry

    • Fwds have three options


Situations

Situations

  • 1 on 1 x 3

  • 3 on 3 low

  • 2 late back checkers

  • 5 on 5 in the zone

  • 5 on 5 ¾ ice scrimmage


In closing

In Closing

  • Special thanks to Nicki DelCastillo

    for video help

  • Questions


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