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Jr.Hitmen - Checking - the Right Way - Session 2

Cities Calgary, Alberta
Contact Senior Director - Donna Kozun
Phone 403-536-4567
Ages 2003 & 2004 - Players looking to compete Bantam 1 - Bantam 3
Cost $180 + Gst
On Ice
Developing Checking Skills

How to Give a Check - Front and Side Check Basics
  • Agility Shoulder Bumps
  • Three-Step Front Check Progression
  • Side Check against the Boards
 How to Receive a Check - Basics of Receiving a Check
  • Receiving a Check Along the Boards
  • Pressure from Behind, Against the Boards
  • Open Ice Body Check
  • Circle Bumps
  • Reaction Checks
 Understanding the Danger Zone
 Controlled Checking Situations 
 Competitive Drills  
Off Ice

Checking the Right Way……

During the Checking the Right Way….Body Checking Clinic, 2003 and 2004 hockey players will focus on learning the skill of checking to enhance their hockey development and to prepare each hockey player so that they feel confident and safe during their Bantam Hockey Season.
The purpose of body checking in youth hockey is to separate the opponent from the puck without using excessive force or exposing the opponent to the risks of injury. Checking the right way increases your team’s chances of controlling the opponent, gaining puck control and spending more time attacking.

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