Overload Shock - 2 Options

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The first option for this formation is winning the draw straight back to LD.  The left wing and center need to tie up with the player opposite them.  RD fires an angled pass off the boards as RW flies into the space behind the opponent defense.

The second option uses the same overload shock formation, the center tries to push the puck slightly forward into space.  If LW can get to the puck, then they chip it into space where RW is skating full speed.