Mark down each shot from where it was taken and in what period. For example, a shot in the 1st period in the slot will go under, period 1 “A”. Add up total saves for each row and you can see if the chances/shots were taken from a difficult area on the ice and where you need to focus your practice around. This will also be useful for any coach to track the quality of shots the team is giving up.
The second page is for goal reviews. The first column is the goal number. The next five are different ways to score: Rush, In Zone, Wrap/Stuff, Screen/Tip, or Shot. The Gen/Finish column describes where a pass is made and shot are taken from. For example, if a pass is made from C and the shot is taken in A then it would be marked as C/A. The Hand column is what hand the shooter is. Place is for where the puck went in on the goalie. The Depth column should be used to indicate where the goalie was (refer to the chart on page one).
Scan each column left too right and up and down, to train your eyes to pick up information and process it. Can be read aloud or to yourself.