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2008 INTERNATIONAL COACHES CONFERENCE Clement Jodoin PENALTY KILLING.

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1 2008 INTERNATIONAL COACHES CONFERENCE Clement Jodoin PENALTY KILLING

2 Introduction  Philosophy  The law or the rules of the penalty kill vs power play  Stats  Different forechecking systems of styles  The language of the defensive zone in PK  I hope you learn something and your PK will be better next year

3 Philosophy  The New Rules vs Old Rules  The best PK = Goaltending vs Face off’s  Do we judge a good team by the quality of his special units  Ideally you do not want them to score  In reality, you want to give the shot from the worst angle possible  What do you want to give up in the: Offensive Zone Neutral Zone Defensive Zone

4 Philosophy Smart When to be aggressive or passive Don’t chase behind the net, unless you are close to the puck carrier Don’t finish your check  What do we want to give up in the offensive zone? Angling and pressuring – inside to the outside (you have to skate) Stick down and protect the middle First forechecker dictates the job of the second forechecker Take away the best forechecker

5 Philosophy  What do you want to give up in the Neutral Zone?  Want to protect the middle  Want to force them to one side  Trapp  Stand up and force the dump  Cover the blue line with 3 players

6 Philosophy  What do we want to give up in the defensive zone  They have to shoot from the worst angle as possible. Create a battle to protect the puck Early press on the dump, create a loose puck Early pressure on an entry in control No hitting for the recovery No clears on backhands Blocking shots and not Flamingo Shooting lane and passing lane Imaginary line down low Dot rule Flush

7 Law or the Rules Power Play vs Penalty Killing Timing (Breakout) (5 back, 4 back 1 stretch, 3 back 2 stretch, etc) = Pressure, Steering, Recovery, Replace Angling (Style aggressive or passive) Speed in Neutral Zone (support and middle) = Gap and Standing Blue line (Style block the middle, 3 at blue) Entries a) Dumping (3 on the puck) b) Control (support or change point of attack) = a) Early press (create a battle) b) Pressure (forcing to make a pass) Set Up a) Shooting (split, umbrella, overload) b) Low plays (give and go, behind the net, hash mark attack, slot, deflecting = a) Shooting lane and passing lane, block shots (box out, weakside winger sage down, cross ice pass, switch, block shot, etc) b) Rotation (back door, near slot)

8 Different Forechecking Systems or Styles a.0-4 b Passive or Aggressive or Rotation F1 overskates and second attack F2 middle Split F1 wide F2 middle

9 Different Forechecking Systems or Styles c.1-3 Board 1-3 Middle 1-3 F1 overskates and F2 locks the middle 1-3 F1 and F2 on the same side, double steer

10 Different Forechecking Systems or Styles d e.2-2 Standing f.3-1

11 PK Forechecking System 0-4 Pros 4 back Standing the blue line Creating turnover’s at the blue line Cons No turnover’s in the offensive zone Give speed to the other team in the neutral zone Passive in the offensive zone

12 1-2-2 Stand Still Pros Cover middle of the ice Create turnovers Cons Give two options Hard to stand the blue line PK Forechecking System

13 1-2-2 Rotation Pros Protect the middle of the ice F1 and F2 are in movement Possible to create turnovers in the offensive zone Cons Harder to stay up to the blue line Back to the play PK Forechecking System

14 Split Pros Dictating the other team where to go Would like to trap them at the red line Easier for the defensemen Cons Still two defensemen at the blue line Two players doing the same job PK Forechecking System

15 F1 and F2 Same Side Pros Cover one lane Stand up at blue line Easy to read Dictate which way the puck has to go Cons Passive PK Forechecking System

16 1-2-1 Pros Cover the middle of the ice Tight unit F2 gets the loose puck Cons Hard to stand up the blue line Passive in the offensive zone PK Forechecking System

17 1-3 Board Pros Dictating where the puck is going to go Standing the blue line Forcing the play to our defensemen Cons No pressure No turnover in the offensive zone PK Forechecking System

18 1-3 Middle Pros Protect the middle of the ice Stand blue line Guide the puck carrier to the defensemen Cons No turnover in the offensive zone Sometimes the forwards skate backward PK Forechecking System

19 2-2 Pros Tight unit Protect the middle Cons Passive in the offensive zone hard to stand up the blue line PK Forechecking System

20 3-1 Pros Cover three lanes Cons Passive in the offensive zone PK Forechecking System

21 1-3 Overskates and Takes Middle Ice Pros Easy to read Possible to create turnovers Stand the blue line Cons PK Forechecking System

22 Language of the DZC  Face offs  Winning  Loosing  Position and Rotation vs  Umbrella  Spread  Overload   Behind Net  Low Plays  Early press, soft dumps, battle, eat the puck  Near slot  Back door  Behind net, back to the post  Winger attacking the D  Rim  When to pressure, stick to stick  Why hit to create loose puck

23 Language of the DZC  High Plays  D to D, stick inside take away passing lane  Point shot (weak side winger sag down)  Point shot, alignment to the puck not the body for a block shot  Switch  Give and go from the D  Box out  Rim  Flush  Fronting  Winger turns his back  Clears and Line Changes

24 Language of the DZC c.1-3 Board 1-3 Middle 1-3 F1 overskates and F2 locks the middle 1-3 F1 and F2 on the same side, double steer


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