How to Play Hockey: A Guide for Players and Their Coaches
A book "devoted to helping young hockey players play this exciting game with greater skill ... The first section of the book deals with the individual skills that hockey players must have. The second section is concerned with team play and game situations"--Pref.
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I INDIVIDUAL FUNDAMENTALS 1 Skaﬁng
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attacker back-checking blade blueline boards Bobby Orr body boot bring the puck centre ice check the puck check the puck-carrier checker coach corner covered Dave Keon defense deﬂect deke diﬂicult draw the puck drill extra ﬁg ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂat force the puck-carrier fore-checking system forehand forward front goaltender goaltender’s handle the puck important inside Johnny Bower knee move the puck National Hockey League offensive team offensive zone opponent opponent’s opposition pads pass the puck penalty pick poke check position power play practice puck ahead puck back puck is dropped puck quickly puckhandling rebounds return pass rink score screen second defenseman shaft shoot the puck shooter shooting angle short-handed shot on goal side situation skating backwards skills slap shot slot stay stickhandle Stopping the Puck stride take the puck team-mate team’s Toronto Maple Leafs turn wrist Wrist Shot young hockey players young players youngsters