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Title: Defensive Tactics


1
Defensive Tactics
  • Level 4 Rochester, NY
  • By Mark Hogan Jim Hofford

2
Welcome to Level 4
  • Introduction
  • My Topic is Teaching Defensive Play
  • I will discuss the following
  • 1. Defensive Philosophy, General Thoughts Key
    Points
  • 2. Developing Defensive Skills
  • 3. Team Defense
  • a) Forecheck
  • b) Backcheck
  • C) DZone Coverage
  • 4. Drills used to teach these tactics.
  • QA

3
Hockey Overview
DEFENSIVE PLAY
DEFENSIVE ZONE COVERAGE
BACKCHECKING THROUGH THE NEUTRAL ZONE
FORECHECKING IN THE OFFENSIVE ZONE
BREAKING OUT OF THE DEFENSIVE ZONE
MOVING THROUGH THE NEUTRAL ZONE
ATTACKING IN THE OFENSIVE ZONE
OFFENSIVE PLAY
4
Defensive Play Philosophy
  • If you do not have control of the puck you are on
    defense.
  • The objective of defense is to regain control of
    the puck.
  • Defense takes Discipline Self Control that
    requires Physical Mental Strength!
  • There is no Glory!
  • Its hard work and takes desire, sweat and
    determination!

5
Defensive Play General
  • Take away time space
  • Do so by angling and containment
  • Play inside-out
  • Stay in-between the puck and your net defensive
    side
  • Stay on the defensive side of the check
  • Approach all scrambles from inside defensive
    side
  • Stops starts no circles
  • Keep sticks off the ice in the passing lanes
  • Stick on stick
  • Clear area in front of net
  • Clear rebounds
  • Force play into corners
  • Blocking shots stack legs pointing toward boards

6
Defensive Play Key Points
  • No giveaways no high risk passes or carries
  • No bad penalties
  • No mistakes at the blue lines - make safe plays
  • Win one-on-one battles
  • Chip in - Chip out

7
Developing Defensive Play
  • Skating Body Contact
  • - USA Hockey website usahockey.com/coaches
  • - Skills Drills demonstration
  • Developing Defensive Skills Packet
    perintonyouthhockey.org
  • Focus on Gap Control section in Level 3 Coaches
    Manual
  • Read React - Situational Skills

8
Gap Control
  • Involves skill, decision making, discipline
    mental attitude
  • Tight vs. loose, angle vs. direct, pressure vs.
    contain
  • When do these Apply?
  • Pressure or Contain At blue line or force to
    corner
  • Close Gap Speed of both players are the same
  • Direct Offensive players dont have complete
    control
  • Pressure Defense out number opponent
  • Tight Gap Defense has Isolated 1 on 1
  • Pressure Opponent attempts to enter primary
    shooting zone
  • Contain/Angle Opponent has advantage to the
    outside
  • Scoring threat Tighten gap by applying direct
    pressure.

9
Drills Gap Control 1v1
USA Circles
X
x
x
D
F
10
Defense Various Situations
  • 1v1
  • 2v1
  • 1v2
  • 2v2
  • 3v2
  • 3v3
  • 4v4
  • 5v3
  • 5v5

11
Drills Situation
F
D
F
D
  1. 1 v 1 w/ pass drag
  2. 1 v 2 progression
  • 1v1 straight down
  • b) 1v1 2 whistle

D
F
F
D
F
X1
a) 1v1 3x
F
D
O1
  1. 1v1 opposite way
  2. 2v2

X3
O3
D
F
b) 1v1 2v2 3v3
O2
D
F
X3
F
c) 1v1 3xs from NZ
12
Drills Situation
Small Ice Games - Nets in corners - 3 puck 3 1v1
  • 3v2 Cycle Low
  • b) 3v3 Cycle Low

13
Team Defense
  • Defense starts w/ strong forecheck
  • Defense continues with hard backcheck
  • Backcheck all they way into the zone do not
    release your man until D has coverage
  • 1st Forward back look for trailer
  • 2nd 3rd Forwards are responsible for 2nd wave
    of attack

14
Defense in all three Zones
15
2-1-2 Forecheck
  • F1 forces D up wall
  • Try to make contact in corner
  • F2 through face off dot to half wall hoping to
    intercept puck or take winger
  • F3 goes to high slot
  • If puck switchs side
  • F3 becomes F1 and forces play in corner
  • F2 comes all the way across
  • F1 becomes F3 in high slot

F2
F1
F3
16
2-1-2 Forecheck
F1
F2
F3
17
Forecheck Switch Sides
F2
F1 to F3
F3 to F1
18
Additional Forechecking
  • 1-2-2
  • 2-0-3
  • Wedge
  • 3-0-2 Kamikazee http//www.icehockeysystems.com/s
    ystems08/3-0-2_Forecheck.swf

19
Drills Forchecking
F
D
  • 3 v 2 forecheck
  • to a cycle
  • 1 V 1 angle
  • b) 2 v 1 through dot

F
D
F
F
D
D
F
Maine Breakout
20
Back Checking
  • Backchecking requires effort
  • Backcheck through the middle
  • General rule backcheck the player with the puck
    if you can catch before the red line if not 1st
    Forward back should take open player.
  • Do not back check past the open player
  • F2 F3 are responsible for 2nd wave of the attack

21
Drills Back Checking
X1
D
F
O1
1v1 to 2v2
1v1 w/ BC
O2
F
X3
D
F
F
F
F
D
Vancouver Backcheck
2v1 to 3v3
D
F
F
F
Fbc
22
D Zone Coverage Initial Setup
  • Man on man down low
  • Preferably strong side D1 and Center take
    opponents in corner layer support
  • Weak side D2 covers man in slot but be ready to
    support D1 C
  • Strong side winger on top of circle facing boards
    blocking passing lanes
  • Weak side winger in high slot to act as support
    in case of break down be ready to cover for D2
    if necessary
  • Protect the House

The House
C
LW
LD
RW
RD
23
Hogan Inverted House
  • I have found that I have been drawing the house
    backwards all these year but
  • I focus on protecting inside dots back to the
    goal line or end board.
  • And protecting the setup area just out side the
    primary shooting area as well

C
LW
LD
RW
RD
24
Defensive Zone Coverage
LD
C
RD
RW
LW
25
Defensive Zone Coverage
Good positioning
26
DZone Coverage Switcing Sides
  • LD beats man back to house
  • RD moves out to corner
  • C supports RD mirror puck
  • RW to top of circle
  • block passing lanes
  • Left Wing to slot area
  • Weak side winger in high slot to act as support
    in case of break down be ready to cover for D2
    if necessary
  • Also off cycle with D shots

C
LW
LD
RW
RD
27
Man on Man Down Low
Winger is facing wrong way Look at the angle of
his feet
28
Man-on-Man Down Low
29
Man-on-Man Down Low
30
DZ Breakdown
31
Teaching D Zone
  • 5v3 Cycle then add winger

W
F1
D
F2
D1
C
F3
D2
D
W
32
Man-on-Man Where should they be positioned
33
Man-on-Man Where should they be positioned
34
3v3 Breakdown
35
Too much protecting the fort?
36
Putting it Together - All Zones
  • Forecheck Backcheck D Zone

RD
C
RW
D
F2
F1
LD
LW
F3
D
RW
RD
C
LD
LW
37
Drills Putting it all together
3v2 forecheck
3v2 cycle
3v2 line rush
3v2 line rush
5v5
5v5
Face off
3v2 line rush
5v5
38
Drills Situation
F
D
  1. Small Ice Games
  • 3v2 Cycle Low
  • b) 3v3 Cycle Low

F
D
F
X1
a) 1v1 3x
F
D
O1
  1. 1v1 opposite way
  2. 2v2

X3
O3
D
F
b) 1v1 2v2 3v3
O2
D
F
X3
F
39
Questions Answers
  • Contact Information
  • Mark Hogan
  • mjhogan2_at_rochester.rr.com
  • 585-576-7035
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