Bob Moretti – Pointers For Better Hockey Passing

As the President of Next Goal Wins, Bob Moretti provides a comprehensive hockey coaching service. Passing is one of the fundamentals of the game and no team is going to experience sustained success if the players in it or not able to pass accurately and consistently. As a player, you will need to work diligently to get your passing game up to par, so consider the tips below to make improvements.

Always Follow Through

Accuracy is more important than speed when it comes to your passing, especially if you are new to the game and still developing your skills. Following through on the pass so that your stick ends up in the air and pointing towards the intended recipient will play a large role in ensuring the puck goes where you want it to. Work on this aspect of passing until it becomes second nature to you.

No Slapping

You should never feel the puck slap off your stick when making a pass, as this means that you have put too much power into the attempt, often sacrificing accuracy in the process. The puck should almost roll off the blade from the heel towards the toe. Practice executing this sweeping motion, making sure to transfer your weight from your back to your front foot as you do.


Hockey coaches, like Bob Moretti, will work drills with their teams. Even the most basic of passing drills will help you to improve your skills, so make sure that you focus at all times and listen carefully if your coach points out any issues.


About Bob Moretti

Bob Moretti is an Architectural Specialist who has obtained a number of credentials throughout his professional career. Bob Moretti is Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Construction Document Technologist (CDT) and Occupational Health and Safety Administration certified. He graduated from Arizona State University in 2005 with a BS in Business Management, Summa Cum Laude. He also attends the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in pursuit of an MBA.
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