D to Corner Breakouts

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U12dev on 1/19/2019

Breakout 3 Options

CoachRogo on 9/4/2018

Simple Breakout Options

Coachclifford19 on 5/9/2018

Yup

pk on 5/17/2016

Breakouts

copper cliff braves on 2/20/2016

Best break out that is easy to explain and execute

mtthomasm1119 on 2/11/2016

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lsehn@sasktel.net on 2/2/2016

Break Out Options

copper cliff braves on 1/14/2016

Great way to simplify the options on a breakout

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This breakout starts with one defense retrieving the puck off of a dump, the other defense skates directly to the corner for support.  The center is also required to come low and help support to out number the forecheck 3 on 2.  There are several options available as shown in the diagram.  The key is to give the defense that retrieves the puck easy options.

The wingers need to stay high, if the puck is moved to their side they need to block out the opponents defense out near the blue line.  This will help create more space for the defense and center in the zone.

Over

In this option the defense passes to the defense in the corner.  The defense in the corner need to get up ice as they receive the puck and look to the center in the middle for support.

Counter

With this option the defense stops behind the net and the center skates to the other corner for support.

Reverse

This option requires the center to help the defense as they retrieve the puck if they are under pressure.  The defense can reverse the puck up the strong side.