Overload Option #5

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amchersey on 11/2/2018

Picture diagram and animation are not the same...

Excellent idea for having the wide F to call for puck as a distraction.

regals2015 on 9/27/2015

Tell wide F to yell for puck as distraction. 

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In this option, F2 sets up behind teh net with the puck.  F1 & F3 set up just below the face off dots making sure there is a lane to receive a direct pass from F2.  F2 needs to read where the penalty killers are commiting.  If one of the penalty killers pressures behind the net it makes it easy to find an open player in font.  Most likley the penalty killers will get caught looking at the puck at some point.  D1 or D2 can take advantage of this and slip in to the slot when the penalty killers backs are turned.

This is a very hard power play to defend.  It requires help from the penalty killers up top in order to even up the match ups down low. The key is to have your best playmaker set up with the puck behind the net and place two of your best shooters near the face off dots.