The following diagrams represent skill set and  tactical  representations. While there are examples not depicted below, there is enough information to comprehend relationships between development and execution.

 

Diagram No. 1 represents those skating skills relevant in a short game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

Diagram No. 1 - Short Game Skating Analysis              

Diagram No. 2 represents those skating skills relevant in a mediumt game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 2 - Medium Game Skating Analysis

               

Diagram No.3 represents those skating skills relevant in  a long game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 3 - Long Game Skating Analysis

                

Diagram No. 4  represents those Puck Control skills relevant in a short game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 4 - Short Game Puck Control Analysis

           

Diagram No. 5 represents those Puck Control  skills relevant in a medium game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 5 - Medium Game Puck Handling Analysis

                                        

                        

Diagram No. 6  represents those Puck Control  skills relevant in a long game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.   

   

Diagram No.  6 - Long Game Puck Control Analysis

                                                        

Diagram No. 7 represents those Shooting  skills relevant in a short game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 7 - Short Game Shooting Analysis

               

 

Diagram No. 8  represents those Shooting skills relevant in a medium game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 8 - Medium Game Shooting Analysis

            

 

Diagram No. 9  represents those Shooting skills relevant in a long game environment and their corresponding tactical applications. Again some tactical examples are missing but for our purposes, these are sufficient.

 

Diagram No. 9 - Long Game Shooting Analysis

                   

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Ron Johnson,   President, Technical Director Quan-Tech Sport Systems Inc.
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