Breakouts: Transition from DZC to Breakout




Transition from Box +1 to Breakout



Transition from Sagging Zone, and Sagging Zone Arrow, to Breakout

Well-designed systems should lead from one objective to the next. For example, your defensive zone coverage set-up should put you in proper position to gain the puck back and initiate a breakout. Your breakout should set you up to enter the neutral zone with proper support, and in a strong offensive attack position. The three DZC systems discussed in this post are very effective because they transition well into breakouts after you get the puck back.

CLICK HERE to watch our video on “Initiating a Hockey Breakout”

Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Breakouts: Transition from DZC to Breakout

  • Edgar

    I am a first time hockey player and I\’m trying to better understand positional play and breakouts. In this video you spoke of a initial breakout video to watch. Can you send a link?

  • Edgar

    I am a first time hockey player and I’m trying to better understand positional play and breakouts. In this video you spoke of a initial breakout video to watch. Can you send a link?

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