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10-06-2013, 11:54 AM
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Jarnberg
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Originally Posted by Iron Duke View Post
The fanbase is going to be very disappointed then. There isn't a team in the NHL that doesn't make common use of the dump and chase. It's not a coaching strategy, it's a game tactic that players use to break high defensive lines. Poll most fans across the league, and I'd wager a common coaching complaint among all is "too much dump and chase."
I think everyone on here knows when dump and chase should be used and when it's overused either due to lack of skill or from when a team is too tired from too much pressure on the defensive end.

Ok, a system which promotes puck possession and pressure in the offensive zone instead of a system that promotes sitting back and rope-a-doping your opponents, generating a majority of your offense on the counter attack.

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