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Learn From The Best – CHA Folgers Coaches ClubTM

On-line E-mentoring Seminar Series

THE POWER PLAY CHAIN OF COMPONENTS (continued)

1. THE BREAKOUT

I UP FORE-

CHECK

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Objective is to:

Key Points:

  • Breakouts can take on a number of shapes but TIMING and SUPPORT are critical.

  • To provide primary and secondary options to the puck carrier, players should skate off the puck in a pre-determined pattern.

  • The role of the stretch skater is to spread the defenders out to create time and space.

  • Puck control is created by CLOSE SUPPORT, TIMING and PUCK MOVEMENT

  • Versus the penalty killing forecheck:

    • 1.

      Learn to read the forechecking pattern as this will determine where the first pass will go (is the pattern tandem or I-up?).

    • 2.

      If the forecheck is passive, make sure that the players skate complete patterns using speed, balance and timing.

    • 3.

      If the forecheck is aggressive, quick puck movement and quick skating off the puck is necessary.

Power Play, 2002, Canadian Hockey Association

TANDEM FORE-

CHECK

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