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Cover: station mania! stations & small area games: skating, stickhandling, passing & shooting
Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games: Skating, Stickhandling, Passing & Shooting

with Bob Montrose,
Owner of Peak Performance Training Camps;
former John Marshall/Lourdes (MN) HS Girls Head Coach;
Back-to-Back-to-Back Big 9 Conference Champions (2014-16)

Give your team a chance to develop at a high rate by using every inch of the ice and having fun while learning in different hockey skills stations!

Bob Montrose, owner of Peak Performance Training Camps, passes on some of the on-ice stations that he uses at his own camps. He includes drills that that work to improve the skating, stickhandling, passing and shooting skills of your players. Montrose shows exactly how to keep all of your athletes on their toes and having fun while learning essential hockey skills at the same time.

On the Whiteboard, On the Ice

Coach Montrose starts at the whiteboard to describe what each drill is, how the drill relates to the game, and how the drill will be performed. Then he moves to the ice with players who demonstrate each drill. When needed, Montrose stops, resets the drill, and adds his thoughts on how the drill correlates to the real game. Perhaps most impactful is Montrose's method of organization on the ice, which can save your program time and money (especially if you have to rent out time on the rink!).

Stations

In all, this video has 18 drills that address skating, stickhandling, passing, and shooting. Coach Montrose provides the following exercises:

  • Stride Leaps
  • Quick Starts
  • Backward C-Cut to Crossover
  • 360 Tight Turns
  • 180 Power Turns
  • Last Puck Zone
  • Last Puck Circle
  • Gates with Obstacles
  • Center Ice Chaos
  • Pass Right, Go Left
  • X-Passing
  • Moving Line
  • Double Chip
  • 2v0 3 Zones
  • Give & Go - Low Attack
  • Two Shot Deception
  • D-Gap Cuts
  • Net Drive

This video will help you accomplish many things at practice in a shorter amount of time, especially if you're running your own youth program in the summer or sharing ice during the winter with other teams. Coach Montrose does an outstanding job of utilizing every part of the ice with his stations!

Also, don't forget to check out Montrose's other video, Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games: Offensive Tactics, Defensive Tactics &��Competitive Play which is an ideal companion to piece together for a full series of additional practice ideas!

116 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: station mania! stations & small area games: offensive tactics, defensive tactics & competitive play
Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games: Offensive Tactics, Defensive Tactics & Competitive Play

with Bob Montrose,
Owner of Peak Performance Training Camps;
former John Marshall/Lourdes (MN) HS Girls Head Coach;
Back-to-Back-to-Back Big 9 Conference Champions (2014-16)

Give your team a chance to develop at a high rate by using every inch of the ice and having fun while learning in different hockey skills stations!

Inside this video, Peak Performance Training Camps' Bob Montrose includes a look at some of the great skills sessions from his camp. You'll get activities that work on offensive tactics, defensive tactics, and some great competitive drills. Montrose shows exactly how to keep all of your athletes on their toes and having fun while learning essential hockey skills at the same time.

On the Whiteboard, On the Ice

Coach Montrose starts at the whiteboard to describe what each drill is, how the drill relates to the game, and how the drill will be performed. Then he moves to the ice with players who demonstrate each drill. When needed, Montrose stops, resets the drill, and adds his thoughts on how the drill correlates to the real game. Perhaps most impactful is Montrose's method of organization on the ice, which can save your program time and money (especially if you have to rent out time on the rink!).

Stations

In all, this video includes 13 drills that address offensive and defensive tactics, plus competitive play. Coach Montrose provides the following exercises:

  • Five Spot Drill
  • Rolling Attack 3v3
  • Continuous Attack
  • Ring Attack: 3 Zones
  • Board Containment 1v1
  • Defensive Puck Carry
  • Offensive Defenseman
  • D Walk Line: 3 Zones
  • Iron Cross - 4 Quarters
  • NHL/AHL
  • 3v1 Game
  • Pit Bull
  • 2v2 Twist

This video will help you accomplish many things at practice in a shorter amount of time, especially if you're running your own youth program in the summer or sharing ice during the winter with other teams. Coach Montrose does an outstanding job of utilizing every part of the ice with his stations!

Also, don't forget to check out Montrose's other 'Station Mania!' video, Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games: Skating, Stickhandling, Passing & Shooting which is an ideal companion to piece together for a full series of additional practice ideas!

102 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: even more games to teach the game
Even MORE Games to Teach the Game

with Jamie Rice,
Babson College Head Coach;
2x ECAC East Coach of the Year; 4x ECAC East Tournament Champions
2014 ECAC East and New England Hockey Writers Association Coach of the Year;
7x USA Hockey Select 17 Festival Coach;
USA Hockey Coaching Education Program lecturer

Jamie Rice is back with his third Games to Teach the Game video and once again provides a resource that will raise the excitement level of your team's practices by engaging your players on the ice with what they love the most - competing and playing the game they love! By implementing Coach Rice's games, your athletes will look forward to the start of practice and will have a fulfilling and beneficial experience every time they step on the ice. This video includes 14 games that will bring out the best in your players and provide a strong carryover effect in how your team plays when the lights come on.

Games

Coach Rice uses the Pertti game as a great warm-up drill to get a lot of players active and moving throughout the ice and without boundaries. Athletes read and react to each other and work on unscripted problem solving skills, which they constantly need to develop as they play.

The Numbers game is a progression game that tackles one of hockey's biggest challenges. In today's game players are swarmed under pressure, sometimes facing one verses two or three players. The Numbers game allows for athletes to rehearse puck possession skills under pressure and find ways to end with positive puck touches and opportunities. Starting out 1v3 and progressing to 2v3 and 3v3 allows your players to work from puck possession to puck support skills.

And More Games

Among the many games Coach Rice includes in this video, perhaps the best is the Royal Line. The Royal Line is a common term used to divide the ice in half and emphasize the need to move the puck from one side of the rink to the other. There is a trend in hockey now to get pucks across the Royal Line to get the goalie moving and perhaps not square or set for shots - it moves defenders out of their defensive zone house and ultimately creates more offense and scoring. Offensive players learn puck support while spreading out the defending team in this educational drill.

The best part about Coach Rice's games is that instead of focusing on one skill in a given drill, they work to improve multiple skills at once, including:

  • Skating and puck handling in tight areas, puck protection, and puck support
  • Skills without the puck, including retrievals, back-checking and finding open ice
  • Hockey IQ, which separates good players from great ones at higher levels of the game

This video is essential for coaches who want to bring excitement to their practices. By exposing your players to game situations created in advance, they'll be able to adjust, adapt and problem solve in the heat of competition. Coach Rice gives you exactly what you need to develop athletes who are quick thinkers and love to compete!

92 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: station mania! stations & small area games 2-pack
Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games 2-Pack
HD-05512A:

with Bob Montrose,
Owner of Peak Performance Training Camps;
former John Marshall/Lourdes (MN) HS Girls Head Coach;
Back-to-Back-to-Back Big 9 Conference Champions (2014-16)

Give your team a chance to develop at a high rate by using every inch of the ice and having fun while learning in different hockey skills stations!

Inside this video, Peak Performance Training Camps' Bob Montrose includes a look at some of the great skills sessions from his camp. You'll get activities that work on offensive tactics, defensive tactics, and some great competitive drills. Montrose shows exactly how to keep all of your athletes on their toes and having fun while learning essential hockey skills at the same time.

On the Whiteboard, On the Ice

Coach Montrose starts at the whiteboard to describe what each drill is, how the drill relates to the game, and how the drill will be performed. Then he moves to the ice with players who demonstrate each drill. When needed, Montrose stops, resets the drill, and adds his thoughts on how the drill correlates to the real game. Perhaps most impactful is Montrose's method of organization on the ice, which can save your program time and money (especially if you have to rent out time on the rink!).

Stations

In all, this video includes 13 drills that address offensive and defensive tactics, plus competitive play. Coach Montrose provides the following exercises:

  • Five Spot Drill
  • Rolling Attack 3v3
  • Continuous Attack
  • Ring Attack: 3 Zones
  • Board Containment 1v1
  • Defensive Puck Carry
  • Offensive Defenseman
  • D Walk Line: 3 Zones
  • Iron Cross - 4 Quarters
  • NHL/AHL
  • 3v1 Game
  • Pit Bull
  • 2v2 Twist

This video will help you accomplish many things at practice in a shorter amount of time, especially if you're running your own youth program in the summer or sharing ice during the winter with other teams. Coach Montrose does an outstanding job of utilizing every part of the ice with his stations!

Also, don't forget to check out Montrose's other 'Station Mania!' video, Station Mania! Stations & Small Area Games: Skating, Stickhandling, Passing & Shooting which is an ideal companion to piece together for a full series of additional practice ideas!

102 minutes. 2019.



HD-05512B:

with Bob Montrose,
Owner of Peak Performance Training Camps;
former John Marshall/Lourdes (MN) HS Girls Head Coach;
Back-to-Back-to-Back Big 9 Conference Champions (2014-16)

Give your team a chance to develop at a high rate by using every inch of the ice and having fun while learning in different hockey skills stations!

Bob Montrose, owner of Peak Performance Training Camps, passes on some of the on-ice stations that he uses at his own camps. He includes drills that that work to improve the skating, stickhandling, passing and shooting skills of your players. Montrose shows exactly how to keep all of your athletes on their toes and having fun while learning essential hockey skills at the same time.

On the Whiteboard, On the Ice

Coach Montrose starts at the whiteboard to describe what each drill is, how the drill relates to the game, and how the drill will be performed. Then he moves to the ice with players who demonstrate each drill. When needed, Montrose stops, resets the drill, and adds his thoughts on how the drill correlates to the real game. Perhaps most impactful is Montrose's method of organization on the ice, which can save your program time and money (especially if you have to rent out time on the rink!).

Stations

In all, this video has 18 drills that address skating, stickhandling, passing, and shooting. Coach Montrose provides the following exercises:

  • Stride Leaps
  • Quick Starts
  • Backward C-Cut to Crossover
  • 360 Tight Turns
  • 180 Power Turns
  • Last Puck Zone
  • Last Puck Circle
DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: high tempo hockey drills to advance the puck
High Tempo Hockey Drills to Advance the Puck

with Mike McShane,
Norwich University Head Men's Hockey Coach;
2000, 2003, 2010 & 2017 NCAA D-III National Champions;
2017 Edward Jeremiah Division III AHCA's National Coach of the Year - 5x recipient of the award, he has won the award more than any other coach in its history;
over 700 career victories and 12x appearances in the D-III Frozen Four

Hockey sense can be taught, and Mike McShane effectively uses high tempo flow drills to demonstrate how you can help your players heighten their own senses! Using indirect passes, timing and communication, your players will learn how to defeat any tight checking system your opponent uses against you.

Every fast-paced drill in this video continuously incorporates many active skaters with a focus on skills used during a game, based on position. Your defensemen will learn why they need to move the puck quickly to advance it, while your forwards will learn when to use different passes to beat a defender.

High Tempo Drills

Through eight drill segments and various sub-segments, you will see McShane's overall theme of constant foot speed and drive to the net that helps scoring chances.

The "Hound" is an effective warm-up drill to engage players to communicate, move their feet with urgency, and create time and space by utilizing either direct or indirect passing. The drill is perfect to start practice because everyone on the ice will quickly be involved in the play.

"Cadet Indirect" is another great drill to help develop indirect passing, which is a skill that needs repetition to become comfortable with. This drill utilizes both forwards and defensemen in game-like play and reinforces how to use the boards to beat your opponent and create scoring chances. Your players will quickly absorb:

  • How to utilize indirect passing to slip past coverage
  • The best way to communicate and provide partner direction
  • The foot speed necessary for an effective attack

One of the best drills to involve your defensemen in quick outlet passing and offensive zone shooting is the "UNH Three Shot" drill. Low defensemen work to quickly retrieve pucks for a first choice outlet pass while high defensemen work on blue line utilization and shooting with the intent of net front deflections and screening.

Defensemen and forwards can improve their neutral zone transition game using the "Yale 1 vs. 0 and 2 vs. 0" drill. Your players will improve their communication and puck support skills, as this drill has a lot of quick puck touches and athletes need to know where the next pass is going.

Details Make the Difference

Each of Coach McShane's drills are shown on the whiteboard and then via video demonstration. He gives the listener fantastic insight to why each detail practiced during the drills is being taught and why they are important to the overall success of the player.

With the use of high tempo flow drills, you'll learn how to teach your players the methods of advancing the puck from the defensive zone to create offense in the opponent's end.

78 minutes. 2018.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions


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