NHL Skating Coach Troy Stevens breaks down what good offensive players do in the offensive zone in order to turn defenders feet and generate scoring chances.
Edmonton Oilers #4 Hall with a great sequence. Arrives with timing on the Forecheck to create turnover, turns the D’s feet & finds EDM#26 for the GOAL
Hall’s ability to turn MN#39’s skates created separation
which forced MN18 to come over in support, creating momentary 2 x 1 and allowed EDM#26 to get into a “soft” spot for a GOAL
Another great example by Paul Statsny to turn CGY#4 Russell’s feet.
Creates separation for the initial shot
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