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09-08-2011, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by hero View Post
If it's a two on two you shouldn't have to worry about a goal from the slot, if the one d-man is covering the shooting lane properly and the other is on his man this should be a routine save for your goalie. But if you can do the swap, I don't see why not, your team must have enough communication that if you step into your C's spot he can see the switch, and once you regain the puck circle in your own zone, reset up and go.
Sorry I must not have been clear. It's a 2 on 2 initially. There are 6 other skaters on the ice. I'm asking what my defensive responsibility is as the first forward back in the zone for the duration the puck is in our zone. My concern is not the 2 on 2.

I agree on the adult level comment. The teams that talk about this stuff and get it sorted dominate the teams that don't even when the skill level is the same on both teams.

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