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04-26-2011, 11:57 AM
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Communication with your partner and goalie is probably the most important factor. Be yelling, "time" or "man on" as much as possible will help tremendously. When the pucks in the corner, "I got man" / "I got front" will easily solve this problem in knowing when to switch.

If your about to jump up in the play, let your partner and someone on offense know to get back and stay back. So many oddman rushes happen because a dman will jump in and not let a forward know. Esp in roller hockey, backchecking almost doesnt exist haha.

The great thing about inline hockey is that you have way more time to make a pass. Dont rush yourself

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