Using on-ice demonstration and game footage, Jack Parker teaches three plays for attacking teams during power play situations. Coach Parker's base play, the BU Power Play, creates 2-on1 situations from numerous angles within the offensive zone while providing shot opportunities for the player at the crease. His 1-3-1 Power Play is designed to create continuous high/low options while producing back-door options away from the puck. Parker's Power Play Rush is a quick-out against pressure that helps produce flow against traps. Each offense provides multiple scoring opportunities when your team is in one or two man-up situations.
1999. 45 minutes.
Coach Parker explains the BU power play in excellent detail. He offers insight in to how to run a good power play and the strategy behind why you want players in certain areas of the ice during the PP. If you have a good team but have trouble on the PP, give this a try.
3 out of 4 stars
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