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02-19-2009, 08:13 AM
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GuitarAwesome
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Defensively, the point man on your side is your responsibility. If he moves in, you move in. If the puck comes towards you as you are covered though, you may give up your spot(your center should notice this, and pick it up, otherwise, do not do it).
Offensively, wingers are extremely important on the break out. Your D will pick it up(usually around their own goal line), and wing it around the boards. You NEED to be there. You catch that pass, and outlet it to the guy streaking up the middle/other side, 9/10 is the center. Catch up to the play, be the trail man, get ready to backcheck. If you are LH, play RW for a sick one timer if you have one. That's all i can think of off the top of my head.

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