The players in this drill will set up as above a full power-play and a conventional box penalty kill. As the puck is moved around the perimeter and the conventional box penalty kill moves back and forth keeping the puck to the outside, once the puck gets to the winger at the hash marks on the boards he will then initiate the umbrella power-play. The only way to successfully defend the umbrella power-play is the diamond penalty kill. So from a box formation in the conventional penalty kill we now have a player in the power-play at the top of the blue line or thereabouts in the mid-lane. One of our penalty kill players must go toward him, this will break the box. Now we have two players in the power-play at the tops of each circle. The next two players position themselves across from each other approximately 3 to 4 feet from the players at the tops of the circle. Our last player now moves into the low to mid-slot area. If you could trace with a pencil are four players they are now in the shape of a diamond, one player at the top pointing toward the defenseman at the blue line and the bottom of our diamond player pointing at our goalie. As the players in the umbrella power-play now move the puck the best they can they will see that it is interfered and interrupted by the players positioned in the diamond penalty kill. Have the players do this drill from both sides again having the umbrella power-play initiated from both sides and have all players play the conventional box moving into the diamond penalty kill. Allow time to see each play successfully done in this penalty kill situation.