Hockey penalty kill strategies

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http://sierrabiomed.com/prometrium-200-mg-when-start-period.html Another main difference in this strategy is the importance of having the weakside players keeping their heads on a swivel. The biggest threat to score is the opposing player who’s positioned at the far post, so defenders must pay attention to where this player is in order to cut off his passing lane.

source site Now you all know I’m a pro-Torts guy, but the penalty kill is the one area of the game where I disagree with his schematics. As we discussed in my forechecking systems post, the Rangers are an aggressive, puck pursuit team, yet they collapse to the net and block shot on the penalty kill as opposed to pressuring the points.

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Finally, my favorite penalty killing schematic is the Wedge or Triangle +1.  This tactic always seems to spring someone for a shorthanded goal, especially when your name is Dave Bolland.

As you can see on the chart, the Wedge +1 situates three collapsing players in the slot in a triangle formation.  The extra man (F) is free to run around and create havoc along the perimeter.  When the puck is moved across ice, the roaming forward can take a spot in the triangle and and the left forward can go create havoc.

For the skaters in the triangle, their role is similar to that of the Box strategy in that they must contain the slot.  The one difference between this setup and the Box is that the weakside player has to always be responsible for the backdoor plays.  Since this formation is always rotating, every skater needs to be aware of the responsibilities of every position they rotate into. There’s a lot of thinking involved.

Ultimately with any strategy, be it offensive or defensive, it’s not just where you are on the ice, but what route you take to your position and what you do once you are in position. When it all comes together – watch out! Someone might be sprung…right Mr. Bolland?

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4 thoughts on “Hockey penalty kill strategies

  • Oct 24, 2011 at 1:55 pm
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    Please keep the x’s and o’s up! I’ve bookmarked them all, I find them extremely interesting. The game wrap shows don’t cover this sort of thing.

    • Oct 24, 2011 at 3:02 pm
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      I’ll try to include this stuff in my game wrap ups here going forward.

      • Oct 24, 2011 at 8:13 pm
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        Well I meant on typical TV game wraps, but if you included them here that would be great too. I’ve been a fan of the rangers and the sport for a couple of decades but realize I don’t have that much an understanding of x’s and o’s…and there isn’t a lot out of coverage (tv, blogs, or otherwise) that I see cover it. So posts like these are something I typically don’t get elsewhere.

  • Oct 24, 2011 at 2:34 pm
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    Thanks! We’ll keep them coming.

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