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04-30-2008, 04:44 PM
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PJ Wiggum
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One thing I like to do while in the defensive zone is to let the wingers cover the point and then just help wherever needed. So go in the corners and help the d-men, watch the extra man in front of the net, and make sure to help with transition by making decent passes to the wingers if needed and then get up the ice and be open for a return pass. A key to playing is to rove around your zone below the hashmarks and behind the net wherever there is an open man. In the neutral zone you should be open for a pass when breaking out and even be the guy to carry the puck into the zone if that's your thing. On the backcheck you should be first in the zone for the forwards. I've even had to play as the high man on some teams but mostly on offense its a free for all.

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