It’s like a wrestling match for the ball.

On the surface, faceoffs seem pretty straightforward. But there’s more to it than that. Lots more.

So who better to explain all the ins and outs — and ways you can improve your technique from the comforts of your own home — than our own Jordan Rabidou. A two-time all-American at Somers who went on to a successful career at Loyola of Maryland, J-Rab built a national reputation for his faceoff prowess.

So check out what he has to say, with the assistance of his twin brother, Ryan. Though an attackman, Ryan also knows a thing or two about the subject.

The two put together this interesting package at our studios in southeastern Connecticut on Sunday. Enjoy and be sure to check in with your reviews.

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3 Responses to “Video special: Faceoff drills you can do indoors”

  1. XMan says:

    Very interesting and informative Jordan. Looking forward to seeing more of these. What’s your next topic?

  2. Faceoffmaster says:

    This helps a lot. lookin forward to a new video. what is your next topic?

  3. We’re actually in the process of getting a bunch of new faceoff drills and tips together with, Chicago Machine faceoff man Dan Kallaugher. We’ll be sure to post them as soon as they’re finished.

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