• A regulation size net (Street hockey, or ice hockey, even drawn on a concrete wall
  • Shooter tutor or targets (Can be made out of plywood or purchased)
  • Shooting surface (concrete floor, driveway, 3'x3' heavy plastic sheet)
  • 10-100 pucks
  • Hockey gloves
  • Stick (should be a few inches shorter than the one used on the ice as player will not be wearing skates)
  • Players must follow the directions for each week and meet the minimum number of shots required for that week. Players may and are encouraged to shoot more than the minimum required shots per week.
  • If player cannot hit the upper corner of the net, they can shoot to the lower corner or the middle level of the net until they can hit the upper corner. Form and mechanics are more important than accuracy at the top of the net.