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In order to improve your skills, all you guys have train with cones on ice and probably at home.
Cones are a good training device, the thing you miss when you train with them is the real game conditions.
During your matches you do not go up against a cone 40cm high and 25cm. deep. You go up against players placed stable on their legs and with their stick out in front of them, means against an obstacle with a ''depth''.
The Attack Triangle recreates the skates and stick of a player into one durable, effective unit. The whole concept of this unit is to develop an understanding of puck movement when moving around an opponent by replicating the positioning of an opponents skates and stick.
With the open "lane" between the simulated skates and extending stick, the Attack Triangle forces players to develop puck movement skills, stickhandling ability and an understanding of passing lanes. By using the Attack Triangle at home or in replacement of ordinary cones at practice, players naturally start working on more creative "moves".
In addition to providing more interaction than cones during practice on ice, the Attack triangle comes equipped with mooring pins which virtually eliminate sliding.
This is one of the most innovative and helpful training aids available on the market today.
Who is using Attack Triangle :
Steve Serdachny's POWER SKATING & HOCKEY
Robby Glantz International Power Skating
Okanagen Hockey School
International Hockey College