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Jim Daley CAS 100A Professor Kane March 30, 2006 Topic: Basics of playing ice hockey goalie Specific Goal: to teach the basic movements of an ice hockey goalie. Introduction I. Did you ever play or watch hockey II. Today, I will show you the basic steps movements of a goalie. III. The movements include the shuffle, t-push, and the butterfly. Thesis: The basic movements of a goalie are the shuffle, t-push, and the butterfly. Body I. Get into the proper position. A. Place your feet shoulder width apart B. Bend at the knees and not at the waist C. Square up to the shooter. II. Shuffle. A. In the ready position push hard with either your left or right skate, depending on the direction the player is moving. B. When shuffling you want to keep your stick on the ice. C. And try to keep your upper body in the same position as if you were still standing. III. T-push. A. In the ready position turn either your left or right skate outward..
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Unformatted text preview: . B. Then push hard with the skate still pointing straight ahead. C. Keeping your stick on the ice and your upper body still. D. Stop and square up to the puck. IV. Butterfly A. In the ready position drop to your knees, making sure both knees hit the ice at the same time. B. While on your way down to the ice keep your stick on the ice and ready to react to a shot. C. Your upper body must stay erect to cover as much net as possible. D. And you must be ready to react with your legs and arms at all times Conclusion I. To be a good goalie you must be quick with your movements and your reaction to the play must be quick. II. These steps will help you get your game started and also help you understand the game a little more the next time you watch....
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