After every hockey practice, it’s the rookies job to pick up pucks. It can be a pain in the ass if a veteran stays out long after practice working on his shot (or whatever), because technically, a rookie has to hang around to pick them up. Most vets will be like “It’s okay, I got this,” but the point is that if a vet wants to get better, it shouldn’t be much to ask a rookie to put in the extra work.
Anyway, the general game is to put the crate against the boards (amateur hour) or in the middle of the ice (medium difficulty level). Nail Yakupov and Justin Schultz set the game to “expert” by trying to sauce pucks through the handle, and of course, succeeding. Coolio, duders.