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03-27-2013, 09:48 AM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
I think it was a product of the 1944 rule change that allowed the puck to precede the man into the offensive zone - the famous Red Line that C1958 love talking about. You obviously couldn't dump and chase if the rules didn't allow you to pass the puck forward between zones.

The Production Line was famous for playing a very aggressive dump and chase game, but I'm not sure how widespread dumping and chasing became afterwards.
Yea, Im not saying it never happened and ofc there were lines specializing on it. What I meant was that it wasnt nearly as widespread as it is now. Most O6 games Ive watched is more about getting over the line and try to get a shot at the goalie and then forecheck.

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