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Animated Ice Hockey Systems

5 on 3 Penalty Kill against a Box and One

An example of how to kill a 5 on 3 penalty against a Box and One Power Play.
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5 on 3 Box and One - Off Hand Options

This 5 on 3 power play option places two players at the top of the box on...
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Center Fly, Counter Breakout

This purpose of this breakout is to reverse the flow to the weak side of...
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Center Fly, Weak Side Wing Support Breakout

This breakout starts with the defense "wheeling" the puck behind the net...
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Neutral Zone Face-Off Rim - Offensive Blue Line

Neutral Zone face off play designed to gain offensive zone possession.
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2-3 Neutral Zone Forecheck

Neutral zone forecheck where F1 and F2 apply pressure the opponents defense.
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1-2-2 Neutral Zone Forecheck

Neutral zone forecheck where F1 is responsible for applying pressure the defense.
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Defensive Zone Face Off Loss

This describes the responsibilities for a defensive zone face off loss.
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Defensive Zone Coverage - Wingers Low
Defensive Zone Coverage - Wingers Low - Rotation

This defensive zone system requires the wingers to help out down low while the center is responsible for covering the points.
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Defensive Zone - Centers Low
Ice Hockey Drill

The centers playing low means man on man coverage down low in the...
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Maine Scissors Penalty Kill Forecheck

This objective ofthis penalty kill forecheck is to create a turnover...
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Triple Option Power Play Breakout

This power play breakout offers three very good options. The best option...
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Quick Blast Offensive Zone Face Off

Offensive zone face off designed to get the puck to the player with a great one time shot.
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Power Play - Super 6

This power play system starts in a typical overlaod set up.  The idea...
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One Timer to Winger Overload - Face Off

In this offensive zone face off both wingers will line up in front of the...
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Switch Wing Offensive Zone Face Off

A common face off play used to generate a quick shot on net.
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One Timer to Winger Offensive Zone Face Off

An offensive zone face off play to create a quick one-time shot by the wing.
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Don Rizzo Play - Offensive Zone Face Off

An offensive zone face off play where the defense send the puck behind the net.
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Overload Shock Neutral Zone Face Off

Create an offensive scoring chance with this neutral zone face off play.
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Neutral Zone Flip Face Off Play

A neutral zone face off play used to create a quick scoring chance.
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Half Shock Offensive Zone Face Off

The net side wing and defense switch places in this offensive zone face off play.
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Half Shock Read Offensive Zone Face Off

This variation of the half shock can be used when there is a mis-match on the wall.
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Defensive Zone Scissors D Zone Face Off Play

A defensive zone face off play to try and create an offensive scoring chance.
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Neutral Zone Shock Neutral Zone Face Off Play

Catch the opponents off guard with this neutral zone face off play.
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Ice Hockey Drill

 Whe the puck goes to P2, K2 applies pressure and eliminates the pass...
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I Formation Penalty Kill Forecheck

Here is a common penalty kill system in which the two forwards line up in a stacked formation in the middle of the ice. The first player will force the pass and the second player will apply pressure towards the player receiving the pass.
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Diamond Penalty Kill Forecheck

The diamond PK Penalty kill is effective against the umbrella power play. Here is an overview on how to execute it.
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Double Stack Penalty Kill Forecheck

The double stack penalty kill forecheck attempts to force the power play breakout to one side of the ice.
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Ice Hockey Drill

The most common penalty kill system to use against the umbrella is a...
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Box and One Power Play

The box and one power play can be very effective but requires a bit of higher end skill. Quick puck movement and decisions is required.
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Overload Power Play Option #1

The overload power play is one of the more popular systems to run because so many options can develop once it is set up.
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Overload Power Play Option #2

Here is another option to run out of the Overload Power Play. This is more commonly known as the Give & Go. The idea is for F1 and F2 to Isolate X1 into a 2-1 situation.
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Ice Hockey Drill

Another option in the overload power play is the "pick".  When F2...
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Ice Hockey Drill

This option of the overload requires F2 and D1 to read how the penalty...
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Overload Option #5

In this option, F2 sets up behind teh net with the puck.  F1 & F3...
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Double Swing Breakout

Here is an option for the power play breakout. The defense will carry the puck up ice while two players swing to each side.
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Ice Hockey Drill

This is a pick play that can be run from the Box and One formation. ...
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2-1-2 Forecheck (Strong Side Support)

This is a very common forecheck in which the first two forwards pressure hard while the third forward stays high in the slot.
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Ice Hockey Drill

This system can be a good curve ball to throw against your opponents. The...
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Trap Forecheck

The idea behind the trap is to force the puck to the winger on the boards. If players are positioned correctly, this player will have to force a play into the triangle.
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 Inverse Forecheck

This forecheck can be effective when you are facing teams with superior talent. Requires disciplined wingers and smart defense.
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