I'm coaching a school Senior B team at the minute - so a bunch of guys who enjoy playing hockey, are relatively okay at the sport and don't take matters too seriously. We've had a decent enough turnout the first part of the year, but as things will go turn out is now dwindling with exams coming up and things like that. I've had to scrap a couple of session plans over the last few weeks as we've had only 6 odd people show up. I'd not describe myself as the greatest hockey coach in the world. I am quite good at tactics and set up, but I'm not the sort of guy that will teach you how to hit a ball (As a keeper I don't even know how to do it myself). Usually I am good working with set up, pressing, 4 v 3s and things down those lines where I can work on decision making. The low numbers make this difficult though - so I thought I'd ask the useful resource that is the coaches on FHF what sort of sessions they tend to do with small numbers. Ideally I'd have a resource of 5-10 activities that I could roll out as needed. We're often short a keeper, so pure shooting exercises are off the cards unfortunately, they'd normally have been my fall back as they're easy to do. Any suggestions?