– Hey hockey players and hockey parents, in this video I’m joined by world-famous hockey skills coach Steve
from BK Hockey once again, and we’re gonna show you how
to mohawk like Sidney Crosby. But hey, if you’re watching
this video in November 2019, make sure you check out the link in the comments section below, because we’re running a
HUGE 70% OFF door crasher Black Friday Special. So check that out, let’s
get into the drills. – Hi, I’m Steve Baek, BK Hockey, I work with hockey players
from all over the world. This skating drills are from Sidney
Crosby, so let’s work hard. So this skating will be
good to bring to the game, you see the Crosby, we
call the Crosby move, we’re gonna work on it. First there will be open feet,
let’s you use the inside edges. Watch me first, we’re
gonna go skate here, ready, open feet, back to the straight. Open feet, back to the straight. Open feet, back to the straight. So next there will be,
we call the heel-to-heel. So first step will be open, and then second step will be open. So make a straight, knee
bends, we can go straight to down end line. So let’s bring your stick
here in the middle, all right? So skate first, nice and
low, so one, two, and ready. (sound of skates on ice) That’s it. So we’re gonna set it from the here, ready, start here, first. Here, push. Back, push. Back, push. Back, push, back. (sound of skates on ice) Skate here, so we’re gonna do here. Push, push, push, push,
push, and then back. So this is gonna be
two different versions. So I did the first one, one foot first. Always stay on the ice, we’re gonna push the second
foot right, stand here. So now, we can use both sides, right? Okay? Keep your head up, you see, ready? Go! Push, back. Push, back. Push, back. (sound of skates on ice) You see? (sound of skates on ice) (sound of hockey stick on ice) (sound of skates on ice) You’re gonna add two more. So, let’s see the skating outside. It’s gonna be similar, but
let’s use the outside hip. And make sure you’re
gonna bring to the game on the offensive side, all right? So, let’s do it here. Ready, one, outside. One, outside. One, outside. One, outside. One, outside. One, outside. So we see, one, outside. One, outside. One, outside. That’s it. – All right, thanks for that video, Steve. Hopefully you guys enjoyed
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  1. This is amazing content and it will make me a better skater, thank you! That being said, it's 2019, the Mohawk are a people/tribe. It's super easy to call this a side-surf; lets make hockey more inclusive.

  2. When I try the mohawk, I get really tired in my legs. I think I might be pushing too hard to keep my balance idk. Any tips?

  3. Jonathan Dahlen is master at this. Crosby is very slow at this technique. Precise and effective but slow. Dahlen creates incredible speed and is untouchable while skating like this.

  4. That’s grand but not everyone has that movement in their locker maybe some off ice exercises should of been mentioned first

  5. the problem is how do your legs in that position…..been trying that for a long time and i can't set my feet like that…..

  6. This move is so fun to do. I love doing the “mohawk” (weird name, never knew it was called that) it’s so fun going around in circles with it haha

  7. Big misnomer: when you hold the edges they're called a SPREAD EAGLE, look it up. A mohawk is where you change feet and go edge to edge, inside/inside or outside/outside forward/backward or backward/forward. And when hes doing that last drill his back foot is on the inside edge 🙄🤐

  8. I can Mohawk well left foot forward, but I can barely do it right foot forward. I noticed that all lefties are better left foot forward and righties are better right foot forward.

  9. OK, first of all, this is a figure skating move that has been used for decades, Crosby didn't build that. Second of all, players in check leagues need to be careful when they use this. You are opening yourself up for a big hit in the wrong situation. And make sure you get it down before you start screwing with it in a game. Also, there is a bit of a slowdown when you go into it. Just things to be aware of.

    All that said, it's a useful technique just like any other improvement in your skating ability. And this demonstration is definitely amazing.

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