Presentation on theme: "Penalty Kill – Opening Remarks"— Presentation transcript:
1Penalty Kill – Opening Remarks Penalty Killing is a critical part of the game from a defensive standpoint. Momentum is won & lost by the penalty kill at pivotal points in every game. It is an area of the game that requires players to work together in total unison to avoid breakdowns.It’s not glamorous with offensive accolades & it doesn’t show up on the score sheet individually, but it requires extreme intelligence, courage, & passion.
2Penalty Kill Principles Aggressive vs Positional-Appropriate pressure-Keep shifts under 30 seconds (time on ice)-1 goes, we all go (trigger moments)-Discourage passing lanes with good stick position-Protect scoring areas (promote perimeter play)-Outnumber & overload (good angles & force passes through you)-Develop a mindset based on your principles-Adjustments are made….but the Principles stay the same.
3PK KEYS -Faceoff wins & exit plans -Clears 200 ft (one chance to clear mentality)-Be fresh, proper changes eliminate fatigue-Stick & body positions-Commitment / Desperation / Courage (Shot blocking & sacrifice)-Intelligence (develop killers through instruction), some players are naturals-Communication (everyone must be on the same page)-Have a language for your killers
4Penalty Kill - INZONE Team Philosophy “Trigger Moments” -Rebounds -Bouncing / rolling pucks-Opponent facing wall- Pucks rimmed on wall-Everyone jump togetherSituational Scenarios-Transfer vs Non-Transfer-D strong side vs D backsideBe flexible & adjust accordingly
5CREATE AN ATTITUDE ON THE KILL -Challenge the killers (practice, video, dialogue)-Players take pride in the kill (positive reinforcement)-Team within team (t-shirts, hats)-Competition with PP in practice-HAVE THEM TAKE OWNERSHIP!
6DIFFERENT PHILOSOPHIES Aggressive+ Force plays to be made under pressure+ Hard to play against- Susceptible to breakdownsPositional: Aggressive on trigger moments+ Less susceptible to grade A chances- Potential for more puck possession by PP*Evaluate your Killers*Evaluate the level of skill of Power Play*Depends on the age group
7Personnel System -Players with good mental skills & anticipation -Players speed, range, intensity-Players that execute system / philosophy-Coach what you have (that’s the challenge of coaching)System-Positional system vs. aggressive system-Zone by zone attack plan-Situational awareness (today’s PP setups)-Practice situations
8Practice SituationTransfer Drill for ForwardsDefense Jump Drill
9PK FACEOFFS -Read setup of PP (preparation, pre-scout) -These are split second decisions-Must be on the same page-Key points-which way do our defense shoot-right faceoff / left faceoff (Paul Gaustad)
10Penalty Kill FACEOFF – Loss Inside forward hold slot read (shot lane) Center get out to D (inside out)Board d off wall, loose, front shots (can anticipate pass to ½ wall & BE AGGRESSIVE)Net D hold net, loose, front shotsPenalty Kill
11Penalty Kill FACEOFF – WINS D Switch (SELANNE) D switch sides (or if 2 D same hand)Board D pick board wingInside D play off line, retrieve puck, clear off strong side wallInside forward, angle out through middle to wall D,help with clearCenter fold under inside forwardPenalty Kill
12Penalty Kill FACEOFF – WINS D Bump D strong sides Board D gets puck – bumps to inside D – forehand clearInside forward lines up on hash marks – sets inside pickCenter win faceoff – holds – release to middlePenalty Kill
13Penalty Kill FACEOFF – WINS D Bump Rim (vs 4 up) D strong sides Board D hold – bump puck to inside D, inside D rimInside forward set pickCenter hold – release to middle ice
14Penalty Kill FACEOFF – WINS Drop Wing Low D bump to D or board D bump behind netInside forward drop low to corner for puckCenter release & push out through middle ice (Read)
15Penalty Kill FACEOFF – WINS D Behind Center D1 lineup behind center, expect winD2 on wall, holdupF1 inside holdCenter win draw backPenalty Kill
16Penalty Kill - FORECHECK DEFINE ROLES, OBJECTIVES, RESPONSIBILITIESAggressiveF1 – huntF2 – reactD – Gap upSituations – lose man, F2 control middleForce puck outside at entry siteThe goal is a non-possession entry(This allows pressure, overload, outnumber)Cut ice in ¼Understand pop out areas (use it for clears)Pressure – Recover - ReplaceForecheck OptionsAggressive up iceNashville 1-31-3 vs drop playMoving boxDifferent StylesSt. Louis moving boxNYR fwd middle
17Penalty Kill FORECHECK 1-3 Middle Push F1 –swing through, lock side, skate forwardsF2 –take away middle pass, create direction (outside pass)D1 & D2 – gap up, stay together, step up on wide passFwd’s – be a part of the breakout
18Penalty Kill FORECHECK Lock & Push 1-3 F1 –swing through, lock F2 –push from locked side in NZD1 & D2 – gap up, shift
19Penalty Kill FORECHECK 1-3 Momentum Re-attack (Early vs Drop) Eliminate drop in Neutral zoneForce puck out of D hands early2 options – swing through re-attack or push from side
20Penalty Kill -BE AGGRESSIVE Non-Possession entries (Rim/Chips) -Shrink all non-possession entries-BE AGGRESSIVED1 pressure puck (confrontation)D2 close for overload battle/seal low out wallF1 push down from the top, stay tight, seal wall outF2 pop out area, cut ice in 1/4, protect net front
21Penalty Kill - INZONE Player Responsibilities & Roles SSD Primary Responsibility – hold dot (don’t back off), shot lane (no far side shots), inside stick for tip playSecondary Responsibility – collapse hard stick on puck on low passNote – jump on low wall walk below hash marksNET DPrimary Responsibility – seal backdoor (nothing gets through)Secondary Responsibility – Diagonal seam pass, stay looseSSFPrimary Responsibility – cut ice in ½, push puck down– If not: D walks, follow pass & cut ice in ½ other side**DO NOT ALLOW PASS BACK TO TOP**Secondary Responsibility – Slot help, T intersection, on low plays (collapse)WSFPrimary Responsibility – Be on the rail– Take away seam through to offside (umbrella seam)Secondary Responsibility – Slot help, T intersection, read low play, slotpresence or not? Can help with backdoor