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How Are Your Puck Skills?

Skate Anytime Puck Skills

Control The Game

If you’re a hockey player looking to take your game to the next level, one of the best ways to do so is to improve your puck skills.

Puck skills are the basic ability to handle the puck and control it while skating. This allows a player to control the game and make plays that will give them an edge over their opponent.

Skate Anytime user and 3D Hockey Pro, Cory Mickey, walk through some basic puck skills on our “Ice-Lock” synthetic ice rink.

Puck skills can be broken down into two main categories: offensive and defensive.

Offensive skills are all about controlling the puck and creating scoring chances, while defensive skills are about preventing your opponents from scoring. No matter what position you play, it is important to be able to do both.

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Puck Skills

Puck skills can be broken down into two main categories: offensive and defensive.

Offensive skills are all about controlling the puck and creating scoring chances, while defensive skills are about preventing your opponents from scoring. No matter what position you play, it is important to be able to do both.

The first step to improving your puck skills is to practice as much as possible. This means spending time on the ice practicing basic drills like stickhandling and passing. Practicing at home is made easy with Skate Anytime’s synthetic ice. Our “Ice-Lock” technology gives you the ability to come home from practice and hone your skills after organized ice time.

When practicing, it’s important to focus on the basics. This means focusing on your puck control, skating technique, and positioning.

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For instance, when practicing stick handling, make sure you are using the proper technique, like using the top of your stick to control the puck and using your feet to help steer it in the direction you want it to go.

Other drills that are great for improving puck skills are small-area games. These are games that take place in a confined space and require quick thinking and fast decision-making. Your Skate Anytime Ice is a great place to do this!

Finally, it’s important to practice in different scenarios. This will help you become more comfortable with the puck in different situations. For instance, if you’re a defenseman, practice playing the puck in the defensive zone and when you’re being forechecked. If you’re a forward, practice playing the puck in the offensive zone and when you’re being pressured.

If you want to make it to the next level, Skate Anytime’s “Ice-Lock” synthetic ice technology will get you there.

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