Jill and I got out for some on ice training but unfortunately it was so warm out that the ice was really soft and was full of ruts. We got to work on a lot of technical elements of our throwing and our approach so it was still a good training session. Ideally we want the temperature to be around -5 to -10 degrees Celcius. When the ice is soft, your ability to skate fast is hindered and greatly reduces the ability to catch big throws.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNY-_2d65sk