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08-25-2010, 10:00 AM
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Dump and Chase
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Originally Posted by ponder View Post
In general I will say that at the beer league level, if you have to chose which guy to defend, aggressively/quickly pressure the one with the puck, and just try to keep your body in the passing lane to the other open man. Against perfect passers this can be a bad strategy, but your average beer league player will not get off a great pass (or shot) under pressure, if you get to him quick enough. If the man you take shoots and the other open guy taps in a rebound there's not much you can do about it, except remind your d-partner or C that he should have been on that guy. But really the key here is not to hesitate, you need to INSTANTLY pressure the man with the puck so he has no time to think/make a good play.


This is very well said. Hard work and constant pressure are a great equalizer.

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