Creating offense off zone exits and entriesby Hockey without Borders
Creating offense requires creativity and a speedy transition. Zone exits are meant to move the puck out of the defensive zone and into the offensive zone. While entries have units entering the offensive zone. Taking advantage of exits and entries can help you win the game.
In this course, Coach Sheldon Reasbeck discusses how to create offense off zone exits and entries as well as the skills necessary to be successful. He goes into detail about the mid-lane drive and shot mentality.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Take Sheldon Reasbeck's tips and tactics to improve your offense off zone exits and entries today!
Sheldon Reasbeck played hockey for the Kapuskasing AAA Midget Flyers for 2 years and at the Jr. A level for the Thunder Bay K&A Goldenhawks & the Thunder Bay Bearcats of the SIJHL for 3 years. He currently is the Head Coach for the Kapuskasing Flyers U18 AAA hockey club as well as coaching the Serbian U18 Men's National Team to a goal medal in IIHF Division 2B.
Sheldon Reasbeck has been working with hockey players on-ice and off-ice for over 15 years. He is a High Performance 1 trained coach with Hockey Canada as well as a Certified Hockey Canada Skills Coach (trained status). Sheldon is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength and Conditioning Association) as well as a Certified Speed & Agility Coach. He studied Biology at Lakehead University before he completed his teacher's college in Australia.