Goalie should be reading releases and making positional adjustments
Pucks are positioned outside 2 indicated pylons and at the points.
F starts in the slot and quickly hustles around 1st pylon and releases an outside shot.
F then hustles back through the slot and around the 2nd pylon and releases a 2nd outside shot.
On coach's whistle, D will drag a puck across the point and release a low shot with F creating traffic/screen.
D will then hustle to the other point, pick up a 2nd puck, drag it to the middle, and release another low shot (F should vacate the front of the net and allow G to handle the shot without complication).
Goalie should track Forward’s entire movement pattern
Goalie should be reading releases effectively and making positional adjustments
Goalie should be seeking a strong position on the first two shots so that blocking is appropriate and effective
Goalie should seek a strong position on the point shots so that the longer, reaction saves are made with control and strong rebound control.