puck control

puck control

n.
An offensive strategy in ice hockey in which a team tries to keep possession of the puck as long as possible so as to limit the opposition's chances to score.
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Floor Hockey Skills Camp: Learn the proper mechanics of stick handling, puck control, passing and shooting while you get a workout from the speed and agility drills.
Also known by the nickname "Messi on ice," Jung also has outstanding puck control.
Kurka is a little different in style and a bit more of a shooter, but he brings puck control and will give us a real one-two punch."
Good puck control from Jakub Sindel set up the second goal as he re-gained possession after an effort and got a shot to the net.
In the second period, Leominster, with better puck control, scored early, just 46 seconds in on a power play, when Keith Dowling flipped in a shot from the point between the circles, with Lefebvre and Williams assisting.
The power skating hockey skills development program focuses on the technical skills of skating, puck control, passing, shooting, and scrimmage.
Learn basic hockey skills (skating, passing and puck control).
This friction allows the player to have greater puck control. Pucks are frozen before games to reduce the bounce on the ice.
Using the right stick for puck control and the left for all your movement needs, true dexterity is required to pull off the best moves.
Anyone who can handle big knocks and has expert puck control.
At 6ft 1ins and 205lbs, McNiven has power to go with his skating skills and puck control. The 22-year-old also plays rugby.
The other winners in the NHL All-Star skills competition Friday night were Calgarys Johnny Gaudreau in the puck control contest, the New York Rangers Henrik Lundqvist in the save streak competition, Edmontons Leon Draisaitl in the premier passer contest, Washingtons John Carlson in the hardest shot, and Bostons David Pastrnak for accurate shooting.