4 Ways to Set Up During a 6-on-4 Power Play

4 Ways to Set Up During a 6-on-4 Power Play
Lots of players, lots of options. Which will you choose?
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You are down a goal with less than two minutes to play. The opponent just took a tripping penalty, what you are going to do?

You take a timeout, then what? Are you going to play 5-on-4, or do you pull your goalie and go all-in with a 6-on-4?

Let’s take a look at four ways to play a 6-on-4 situation, with examples from the NHL and NCAA games.

Lots of players, lots of options. Which will you choose . . .

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Mitch Giguere

Mitch Giguere ChPC, is the father of four children and a passionate hockey coach. Assistant Coach for Carabins Université de Montréal (USports W). Former Assistant and Video Coach in the KHL. Mitch has his High Performance 2 from Hockey Canada and has an Advanced Coaching Diploma (NCCP4) from the Canadian Sports Institute. You can reach out to Mitch via email at [email protected] or SMS 450-578-1187

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