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THE GUIDE TERMS GLE: goal line extended


HOLE: another name for the area outside/in front of the crease area, the imaginary box, 10 yards by 10 yards in front of the goal


SWITCH: a term used for off ball players to switch positions with their adjacent teammate in an attempt to occupy the off ball defenders during a doge from the opposite end of the set play


RE-DODGE: can be done from X or up top. A player dodges, can make a two or three step drop, then re-dodge back towards the goal.


V-CUT: offense players make this movement to get their hand free and to get open. The offense player cuts into the defending player and then into open space.


SLIDE: leaving the man you are guarding to pick up another offensive player GOALIE TALK


CHECK: tells a defender a pass is being made to an area for a potential shot, defender must be ready to clamp down or “check”


HOLD: tells a defender to hold his man where he is and not let him any closer to the goal FIRE: commands a defender to slide EARLY: communicating to the defense that the ball carrier is a threat


PUSH: tells defender the offensive player is coming too close to the goal and he needs to push him away from the goal.


SHOT: tells defender that offense is a threatening position to shoot, must step up and block or push out


TURN: tells defender to get above the offensive player’s top hip and drive him the opposite direction


BREAK: tells the defense that a save has been made and the goalie is looking for outlets to clear the ball out of the


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