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Hockey Power Point

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Hockey Power Point

  1. 1. Bruce Bodrie<br />Hockey Systems<br />
  2. 2. Defensive Zone<br />As the puck moves around the ice in the defensive zone each player has a section of the ice to attack opposing players. <br />If there is two opposing players on the puck player may leave their zone to help out another player. <br />They key to a good defensive zone is winning 1 on 1 match-ups and intercepting passes. <br />Always keep the puck to the boards. Plays in front of the net can make a scoring chance for the opposing team. <br />
  3. 3. Breakout<br />Breakout is the best way to get the puck out of your end of the ice, and to the opposing teams end. <br />When breaking out players need support so breakout players can pass and get the puck out.<br />
  4. 4. Two Player Forecheck<br />Forecheck is to send a player or two down to pressure the opposing team player in the defensive zone.<br />If forecheck is done correctly then the opposing team will lose the puck and hopefully give the attacking team a scoring opportunity. <br />
  5. 5. Dump and Chase Offensive Zone<br />This is the most effective way to move the puck into the offensive zone. <br />This is a good way to start a forecheck and maybe even have a scoring chance. <br />
  6. 6. Offensive Zone Cycling<br />Three offensive players should maintain a triangle as they attack the opposing goal. <br />This cycling helps to open up players for scoring chances and makes the defensive players get confused and skate out of position. <br />
  7. 7. Power Play<br />Power play is when your team has more players than the opposing team because of a penalty. <br />On the power play you want to keep the puck in the center of the ice…(prime scoring area) to try and make scoring chances. <br />When you are on the power play it is the best time to score a goal. <br />
  8. 8. Penalty Kill<br />When on the penalty kill your team has less players than the opposing team because of a penalty. <br />While on the penalty kill in the defensive zone you want to keep a box and try to keep the puck out of the prime scoring area. <br />

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