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Phase Matrix Ice Hockey. Positioning 101. where to be and where not to be on the ice. What we’ll cover:. The basic job of each position. Where to be:. during face offs. in the defensive zone. in the neutral zone. in the offensive zone. Offsides.

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Phase Matrix Ice Hockey

Positioning 101

where to be and where not to be

on the ice


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What we’ll cover:

  • The basic job of each position

  • Where to be:

  • during face offs

  • in the defensive zone

  • in the neutral zone

  • in the offensive zone

  • Offsides

  • Shift changes (when, why, how)

  • When everything goes to hell


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Forward: Center

  • Leads the line, drives plays

  • Tells the forwards where to be/go in the face off

  • Wins face offs

  • On defense: assists D, covers extra player, gets possession

  • On offense: drives the play, makes opportunities, passes, scores


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Forward: Center

Area of responsibility


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Forward: Center

Face offs

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Forward: Right Wing, Left Wing

  • Bring the puck into the offensive zone; rush, pass, fake

  • Control the puck (forecheck) and make opportunities for the rest of the line

  • Shoot, SCORE!!!

  • In the defensive zone, cover opposing D, look for the puck and breakout


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Forward: Left Wing, Right Wing

Area of responsibility


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Forward: Left Wing, Right Wing

Face offs


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Defense: Right Defense, Left Defense

  • On defense, cover opposing forwards, intercept passes, break up plays

  • Does not screen the goalie: ties up players but also MOVES THEM OUT OF SLOT

  • Backcheck, deliver puck to forwards

  • Follows behind driving forward line, takes passes or defends after turnover if necessary

  • On offense, helps keep puck in offensive zone but not at the cost of staying ahead of advancing forwards!


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Defense: Left D, Right D

Area of responsibility


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Defense: Left Defense, Right Defense

Face offs


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Offsides

Offsides is when a player precedes the puck into the offensive zone.

It will result in a whistle and a face off in the neutral zone.


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Shift or Line Changes

  • Shifts or lines change when:

  • The bench coach/captain calls for one

  • There is a whistle, a new face off and the last shift is ready to get off the ice

  • A player is fatigued or hurt and wants relief

  • Change when the puck has offensive momentum, never during defense

  • 1 to 1.5 minutes: ENOUGH. 2+ minutes: TOO LONG.

  • Forwards try to change with their line


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What to do when it all goes to hell

  • Keep your position, make sure all positions stay covered:

  • On defense: cover a player (not the goal!)

  • On offense: aim for space, cover points

  • Follow the play, not the puck

  • You have more time than you think: relax


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Phase Matrix Ice Hockey

And above all:

WIN!