How to Play Hockey Module 4: Offensive Zone Tacticsby Nathan Leslie
Module 4 explores the Offensive Zone with and without the puck. This module focuses on forechecking systems, then offensive options once you gain possession, as well as offensive zone entries with the puck.
Traditionally coaches liked to say that offense cannot be taught, but we do not agree. Developing tactical concepts and creative options can help get everyone on the same page. The most important piece in the offensive zone is to get possession back when you lose it, sustain pressure, and find ways to get pucks to the net. Create 2 on 1′s out of the corner, get pucks to D, keep your feet moving, and plan to score on the second shot/rebound (shoot the puck!).
The goal of this course is to create a progression in learning from A to Z, from Module 1 to 5, but feel free to pick and choose the modules you need the most. Learning the international language of hockey is paramount in expanding your overall game understanding. If you do skip ahead, and hear terms in later modules that you do not understand, we recommend starting back at Module 1 and working your way through the entire set of modules. We built the curriculum step by step, teaching first the terminology, then explore every zone of the ice, from defensive, to neutral, and on to offensive zone without, then with the puck. Our final module teaches powerplay and penalty killing systems. Get started now!
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More on Nate:
Nate has a Masters Degree of International Education from Madrid, Spain, speaks German, Swiss German, & French, and played 7 years of professional hockey in Europe. Nate is the owner of Leslie Global Sports and the Director of the West Coast Hockey Prep Camp and recently returned from filming a hockey documentary in Mongolia. Leslie Global Sports & LGS America run hockey camps, skill development, and coaching mentorship programs in Vancouver, Port Alberni, Surrey, Port Coquitlam, Whistler, Squamish, Victoria, The Richmond Olympic Oval, Baltimore, New York City, Queens, Washington DC, Queenstown, New Zealand, Budapest, Hungary & Mongolia. In Vancouver, Nate instructs hockey academies at Earl Marriott, Semiahmoo Britannia, & Sentinel Secondary Schools.