It's about breaking it down into basic movements.

There’s a lot that goes into having a good one-timer.

And according to Paul Ullrich, a skills coach and the owner of Skillz Company, who presented at the Global Skills Showcase, there’s an art to it.

Teaching the one-timer is all about breaking it down into basic movements, says Ullrich. From there, you build the base and then combine basic movements, before adding more complexity.

“When starting with the one-timer practices, be sure that the players have the base to start it. Apart from skating, balance, puck control, and more basics, the players need to have the proper technique on the so-called stride- or wrist-shot.”

Watch the full 35-minute presentation with a membership to The Coaches Site.

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