2 shooting skills
SHOOTING MECHANICS"© !!!
The Wrist Shot" is an extension of the "Forehand Sweep Pass" using
the same basic skills as the "Forehand Sweep Pass" until the player
is ready to release the puck.
Getting Ready for the "Wrist Shot". Puck - just behind
the middle of your stance and in the middle to the heel of the
stick's blade... Ankles - flexed... Knees - bent...
Chest - over the knees... Head - tilted to see both the
puck and the net... Body - at a 45 degree angle to the shot’s
direction... Hands - bring the stick and the puck slightly
behind the back skate... Head - tilted to see both the net
and the target.
Preparing for the "Wrist Shot". Weight - shifts from
the front foot to the back foot.
Beginning the Down-Swing. Head - stays tilted to see
the puck and the target... Weight - shifts from the back foot
to the front foot... Knees - bend even more than when
"getting ready for the shot"... Front Skate - turns to face
forward at a slight angle, then glides forward in the direction of
Making the "Wrist Shot". Back
Skate - lifts rotating behind the front skate... Weight -
completely shifts to the front skate... Top Hand - pulls
the stick... Bottom Hand - pushes to sweep the puck at the
target... Front Leg - slight step to the target... Weight
- transfers from the back leg to the front
Follow-Through. Stick Blade - finish by pointing the
stick blade directly at the net while
curling the blade to the middle of the net... prepares for a return
pass... Chin - lifts... Eyes - to give accuracy to the
shot, look at the target."
Practice the skills in this 8 panel
brochure using the drills in
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"Deflections and Rebounds
Shots off deflections or rebounds beat even the best goalie.
Deflections. As the puck travels to the net, a teammate
slightly changes the shot's trajectory. The Goaltender finds this
shot almost impossible to save.
Rebounds. Goaltenders save low shots with their skates or
pads. This usually causes a playable rebound. When teammates "go to
the playable rebound. When teammates "go to the net" thinking
rebound after a shot and shot quickly, then the team's scoring
chances greatly improve... Whether a deflection or a rebound, use
the stick to get the puck into the goal."
Roller Hockey Coach's
Related "How To Play Better Roller
"How to Enhance Hockey
MECHANICS" is an 8 panel brochure packed with these
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- Making Every Shot Count
- The Proper Hockey Grip
- Shooting Principles
- Slap Shots
- Wrist Shots
- Snap Shots
- Backhand Sweep Shot
- Flip Shot
- Shooting Checkpoints
- Deflections and Rebounds
- Deking the Goaltender
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