Offensive zone strategy / Hockey IQ
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01-15-2013, 03:19 AM
Join Date: Apr 2010
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Good stuff in here guys.
I just started watching basketball this year (thanks NHL) and learned about the pick and roll. I wonder if it could be useful, especially at the lower levels, to set small picks (not enough contact to draw interference) to make room for the puck carrier, or when working in front of the net (screen, a little bump and turn to go for the rebound).
Stick, maybe you can find or organize a little 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 small area work? That is so much fun and helpful for the hands and offensive creativity. Instead of trying to skate 200 ft and guys able to use superior breakaway speed, it's all about positioning and puck movement.
Pick and roll is hard to get away with since its not allowed.
I used to play lacrosse and even back in the day the pick and roll was a no no in hockey.
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