It’s that time of the season where teams start to come back from summer break, coaches prepare plans for the new season, and a lot is done to start integrating new players into teams, or in some cases, building teams from scratch and introducing more than 15 players to new concepts, as well as each other.
In any case, it’s always a challenge to get players on the same page quickly and make them feel comfortable with each other. Yet, I have a few trusted drills that begin to do many of these things pretty quickly, while also being fun and making jumping back on the ice a great experience.
This drill was used at a Buffalo Sabers development camp and caught my eye immediately because of the simplicity of the setup, but the importance of every move.
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