This first drill is one of the most basic drills you can do to warm-up. It's called the house drill because it sort of outlines the shape of a house.
Directions: Start on X1 in your ready stance. T-push to X2 then stop. Rotate and T-push to X3. Stop, rotate and T-push to X4. Then do it starting from X4 back to X1.
The next drill is the "Y" drill this is a great drill if you are training for breakaways.
Directions: Start at X1. T-push to X2 and then scull out to X3 and stop. Skate backwards until you hit the top of your crease, then rotate and T-push to X4. Do it again except start from X4.
The next drill is the "Z" drill. This one is great for working on your lateral movement.
Directions: Start on X1. Shuffle over to X2. T-push out to X3 and then rotate and T-push over to X4. Then do it back to X1. Try starting on both posts.
The last drill is the half moon shuffle. This drill will help you with your angles and leg power.
Directions: Start on X1 and shuffle along the top of your crease to X2 and then back again
Always remember that the better your movement, the more saves you will make. Whenever you're doing movement always keep your head up, hand in front, stick on the ice, and lead with your eyes. Keep doing movement drills and you will find you will be getting a lot better a lot faster. Try doing variations of these drills. Try adding butterfly's or shots just to keep changing it up.