Hockey League Division Logo Team Year Season Plan Table of Contents Team Players Coaching Staff
Coaching Philosophy Team Expectations Players Code of Conduct Coaches Code of Conduct Parents Code of Conduct Organizational Goals In-Season Practice In-Season Games Post Season Communication Goals Player Development Pyramid Skills Development Goals Individual Skills Development Goals Goaltenders Skills Development Goals Team Goals Team Building & Life Skills Season Plan Team Budget Tournaments Team Positions Appendices 1. Contact List 2. Player Goals & Reviews 3. Player Evaluation 4. Terminology
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First Name Shoots DOB FORWARDS Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith
John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 DEFENSE Smith
John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith John 94 Smith
John 94 GOALIES Smith John 94 Smith John 94 AFFILIATES Smith Smith John John 94 94 Coaching Staff Coach Name - Qualifications Assistant Coach Name Qualifications Assistant Coach Name - Qualifications
Goalie Coach Name - Qualifications Manager Name - Qualifications Coaching Philosophy COACHING PHILOSOPY COACHING COMMITMENT Team Expectations Expectations General expectations, responsibilities and understanding Players Code of Conduct Insert Here I agree to follow this code for the 2010/11 season: Signature: ________________________________ Name: ___________________________________ Coaches Code of Conduct Insert Here I agree to follow this code for the 2010/11 season: Signature: ________________________________ Name: ___________________________________ Parents Code of Conduct Insert Here I agree to follow this code for the 2010/11 season: Signature: ________________________________
Name: ___________________________________ I agree to follow this code for the 2010/11 season: Signature: ________________________________ Name: ___________________________________ Organizational Goals In-Season Practice Format In general every practice has an objective and takes the following typical format with specific drill progressions for each segment. Most practices will be posted on the web and in the dressing room for players to review and understand before coming to practice. Off ice Run &/or Stretching Practice Plan pre-iced (10 minutes prior) On ice Warm-up Skating/Shooting/Puck Control/Goaltender Skills Defensive Tactics Offensive Tactics Team Tactics Cool Down Dressing Room Review / Message (5 minutes) In-Season Practice Tasks, process and responsibilities Organizational Goals In-Season & Playoffs - Games Tasks, process and responsibilities Organizational Goals Post-Season Tasks, process and responsibilities
Communication Goals As a leader, teacher and role model we: Tasks, process and responsibilities Player Development Pyramid Bantam/Midget Pee Wee Atom STRATEGY Novice TEAM PLAY SYSTEMS Progression TEAM TACTICS Initiation Progression STRATEGY INDIVIDUAL TACTICS TECHNICAL SKILLS Progression The most a player can touch the puck in a game is 60 minutes /
3 lines / 10 players x 50% = 1 minute. Crosby avg = 57 seconds, Pee Wee = 10 sec., Atom = 8 sec. 1 practice can advance the skills that a player can develop in 8 200+ games Technical Skills and Individual tactics = __% of practice time; remaining __% is Team Tactics, Team Play Systems and Strategy Goals - Individual Assess, teach & use age specific individual skills with an emphasis on: Skating: (eg: Agility, balance, coordination, forwards, backwards, turning, pivoting, starting, acceleration, stopping, angling, lateral, change of pace, quick feet, with the puck) Shooting: (eg: Wrist, snap, slap, backhand, sweep, flip, 1 timers, deflections, breakaways, rebounds, corners, low, high, slot, point) Passing/Puck Control: (eg: Forehand, backhand, touch, flip, loft, saucer, board, rim, low, long, clearing, drop, position, when to, position for pass, use of skates & gloves) Checking: (eg: Body-checking, stick check, stick press, poke check, sweep check, lift, steering & riding, angling, pinning, prying, touch checking, bumping, net zone, gap control, blocking, use of hands, use of stick, stick presence, rushing, forcing, containing, 1 on 1, eyes on chest, verbal, shadowing) Other: (eg: positioning in zones, net drive, face-offs, deking, faking, freezing the puck, read & react, screening, puck protection, walk outs, open ice carry, driving wide, driving middle, head on swivel, high speed puck handling, tight area carry, backward skating with the puck, on ice communication) Refine individual skills & tactics with proficiency Develop each player to the best they can be and the desire to continue Goals - Goaltenders Assess, teach & use goaltender skills with an emphasis on: Skating: (eg: Stance, crease skating, forward skating, backward skating, down and up, forward and back, side to side, shuffle)
Positioning: (eg: Recovery to set positions, use of angles, lining up to the puck, centre line theory, use of landmarks, net orientation, stick positioning, glove positioning, butterfly, stand up, telescoping, playing the post, reading & challenging the shooter) Saves: (eg: Glove, blocker, pad, stick, body, skate, controlling rebounds, eyes on the puck, deflections, screens, break-aways, challenging the shooter, poke check, sweep check, stacking, two-legged slides, butterfly, without a stick) Stick Skills: (eg: Stick-handling, forehand pass, backhand pass, break-out pass, rim control, positioning puck) Refine basic goaltending skills with a move towards a personal style Refine basic goaltending skills with a move towards proficiency Goals - Team Teach Offensive Team tactics with an emphasis on: Teach Defensive Team tactics with an emphasis on: Teach Team Rules, Practice Procedure: Goals Team Building & Life Skills Season Plan Sept./Oct SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER ,
Select the team - evaluation process Identify On-ice Coaching Staff Identify Manager Coaches Meeting - philosophy - activity targets - expectations - goals and objectives established - roles identified - Season Plan introduced Introduction of Coaching Staff to Players "Team Builder" - get to know the team - establish "Identity" Obtain schedule for practices and games Establish team rules, expectations, over-all objectives, seasonal plan Introduce stretch and warm-up routines Decide on tournaments Secure league schedule Parent's Meeting Season Plan Presentation Introduction Coaching Philosophy Goals & Objectives Expectations Introduction of Team Budget Parent Roles are established Parent Manuals are handed out Questions Social Objectives Budget
Tournaments / Trips November January March Team Positions 1. Manager (Receive & communicate schedule on web and via e-mail, fill in/turn in/keep copy of game sheet, ensure all team activities are on track, get league sign off for travel permits & insurance, book additional ice, register team in tournaments, complete and hand in registration sheets, audit financials) 2. Treasurer (Communicate with SHL VP finance, manage budget, deposit funds, collect cheques, write cheques, reconcile bank statement, prepare monthly and year end reports) 3. Fundraiser/Social Coordinator - (organize committee, orchestrate all fundraising and social activities, collect monies) 4. Jersey Maintenance - (collect & distribute sweaters & socks, prepare name bars, hang up sweaters in stalls for every game, take home sweaters, wash sweaters, remove name bars at end of year) All parents rotate Timekeeper - (All parents on a rotating schedule for each game with one person to organize)
5. 6. Trainer / Emergency Action Coordinator (collect medical information, assess and assist with injuries, develop an emergency action plan for Arenas, certified in First Aid and CPR, fill out injury report if necessary) 7. Water Maintenance - ( purchase & label water bottles, fill & empty water bottles for each game & practice) 8. Contact Committee (create & distribute team contact list complete with e-mail addresses, contact the parents when necessary) 9. Nutritionists - (rotating schedule to bring fruit, bars and drinks to dressing rooms for each game) 10. Dee Jay - (Purchase Boom Box, Make two duplicate CDs/USB Drives from boys selection, bring CD, Boom Box & batteries to all games & practices) 11. Tournament Coordinator (Book tournaments, complete entry forms, book hotels, schedule & plan travel, communicate with parents)
12. Web Master - (Create look & feel, post notes & documents, update website changes on a daily/weekly basis) 13. Sports Reporter (Write game day reports and monthly reports and submit to Webmaster for posting) 14. Ombudsman (Listen to all parents concerns and take to the coaches & managers as an unbiased voice) t 15. Photographer (Take pictures of games and team events and post on web) Appendix #1 Team Contact List Appendix #2 Player Goals Name: _________________________________ Brothers & Sisters ___________________ Nickname: _________________________________ Favorite: Food_____________ Band___________ NHL Team_________ Player ________ Position: __________________________________ Why do you play hockey? How do you define a successful season for your team? For you?
If you had to choose, is it more important for you to play well or for your team to win? If you were a parent, how would you want your child to behave during the game? If you were a parent or coach how would you handle a player that does not listen? What does the work discipline mean and how does it apply to hockey? What are some of the things you can control and not control during a game? How important is attitude to your playing well? To the team? Appendix #2 Player Goals My best qualities as a player are: My overall goals for this hockey season are: What Id like most to improve this year: Reviewed:
Beginning of season Date:_________ Middle of season Date:_________ End of Season Date:_________ Player: ______________________ Coach: ______________________ Appendix #3 Beginning / Mid-Season / Year End Review Player _____________________________ Rate yourself in the following areas (4 Exceptional/ 3 Very Good/ 2 Satisfactory/ 1 Needs improvement Passing 4 3 2 1 (Moves the puck at the right time gets into the clear after making a pass takes a check to make the play does not telegraph plays can use both forehand and backhand D Play 4 3 2 1 (ability to pressure on the fore-check strong back checker positional discipline in the Defensive Zone) Attitude 4 3 2 1 (unselfish works hard listens and always tries to perform to the best of your ability team player with desire) Leadership
4 3 2 1 (leads by example cool in tough situations makes a big play to spark the team fills tanks) Concentration 4 3 2 1 (ability to remain intense and stay with the play at all times ability remains consistent every shift) Read/React 4 3 2 1 (reads the play well anticipates where the puck is going takes what the defense gives you drive delay) Drive 4 3 2 1 (consistent desire to excel pushes self to improve and get better gives 100% in every practice and on every shift) Coachability 4 3 2 1 (listens to instruction regarding individual improvement attempts to execute team systems) Toughness
4 3 2 1 (sticks to the game plan stands up to tough situations walks away when challenged for the good of the team is not afraid to take a hit to make a play will drive to the net hard and does not turn away finishes checks blocks shots clears the front of the net plays within the rules of the game) Conditioning 4 3 2 1 (is physically fit works extra at home to improve strength and stamina pushes self in all drills during practice) Systems 4 3 2 1 (recognizes the importance of team systems belief in playing them has a complete understanding of them) How do you feel you have performed (individually up to this point of the season) 4 3 2 1 What part of your game can be improve upon? In your own words, what do you feel your coaches expect of you as a player? Appendix #4 Terminology Term
Definition Active Stick Consistent movement of the stick to take away passing lanes Angling Forcing the player to go in the direction you want Blue Crease - Goaltenders are responsible for anything in the blue Closing the GAP Limiting the time and space of the opponent Defensive Side Position when defending - closest to the net and behind the puck so that your back is to your own goal Defensive Support Players away from the puck are positioning themselves to restrict passing options or helping out a teammate Eyes On
A term for focus - Respect - following the play - and when to pass Gang the Puck On the PP - 2 or 3 players to the puck until possession occurs GAP Distance between the defender and the puck carrier Hard Line When coming back towards the D zone players pick a goal post and hard-line to it I-up On a 2 on 1 - align 2 players one behind the other when entering the offensive zone Keenans Discipline tactic for players losing focus of task on hand during practice Lock & Talk Building a fence while backckecking and then communicating with your teammates that you have eliminated your coverage from an offensive threat Lock Up Securing the opponent's stick when in a defensive side position
Mental Toughness Ability to stay focused and not become distracted Middle Lane The middle are of the ice Offensive Support Player w/out the puck making themselves available for a pass or helping out a teammate Open the can Placement of the stick between your opponent's leg to control the man while playing a 1 on 1 situation Half Boards Half way up the boards in line with the hash marks Outlet Position Lateral pass option to the puck carrier PIN Securing the opposition player against the boards Pressure Puck
"Quick Feet" to close the gap on the puck carrier in all areas of the ice Screen Up Defensive side position to restrict the opposition player from applying pressure to the puck Strong Side Area closes to the puck Touch Back checking player physically touches opponent through the middle lane maintain defensive side positioning Weak Side Are farthest away from the puck Appendix #5 In-Season Stickhandling Program (1 Days/week) 60 Seconds (Each position) November Completion Dates Rep # Date Initial
1 Stationary 1. Side to side stick handling (centre, wide left, wide right) 2. Right knee on floor (centre, wide left, wide right) 3. Left knee on floor (centre, wide left, wide right) 4. Both knees on floor (centre, wide left, wide right) 5. Figure 8 horizontal (forwards to backwards hands in front of body- reverse direction) 2 6. 3 Figure 8 vertical (in front of body side to side across
body reverse direction) 4 7. One handed stick handling (each hand roll wrists) 8. Behind through the legs stick kick up 9. Stationary balance with ball on stick 10. Toe Drag forehand & backhand 11. Bouncing on stick 12. Balancing on stick Moving 13.
Stickhandling around forwards (centre, wide left, wide right) 14. Signed _______________ Player _______________ Parent Stickhandling around backwards (centre, wide left, wide right) 15. Stickhandling with stick diversion 16. Stickhandling with pull through stick dummy 17. Stickhandling with slap shot fake 18. Stickhandling with toe drag 19.
Stickhandling with ball pop & drop 20. Stickhandling with drag & kick-up between legs (forehand & backhand) Appendix #5 In-Season Shooting Program (1 Days/week) Completion Dates Rep # 50 Wrist Shots 50 Snap Shots 50 Slap Shots Date Date Date 1
2 3 4 Signed _______________ Player _______________ Parent 50 Back Hand Shots Date Initial
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