SpEcIAL SITUATIONs AND GOALkEEpING - Wellington Floorball

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SpEcIAL SITUATIONs AND GOALkEEpING - Wellington Floorball

Special SituationsPower play situationsSituations leading to power playWhenever the opponent is preventing the play by an offenceaccording to the rules and is penalized with a two ormore minutes penalty, the offended team has a chance for apower play. The offences and penalties are found on the IFF’swebpage (www.floorball.org) under Rules and Regulationsand Rules of the game.Using of the advantage of power play situationsPower play situations should be practiced as they are situationsthat might give a great advantage to the team. If usedwisely, one or even two player’s advantage might result as agoal. During delayed penalties it should be made clear to theplayers which player is the one who switches from the goalkeeper.As in a power play, the advantage will give a goodopportunity for the attacking team to use space and time inorder to score. Therefore also different variations of powerplay should be practiced. Special line-ups can be put together,where different skills and technical abilities, such as thehandedness of the players are considered. A right handedplayer is positioned on the left so that he/she has a bettercontrol of the ball, and is able to shoot directly from a pass.Special Situations and GoalkeepingInternational Floorball Federationvantage of the formation is that the scoring chances are eitherfar from the middle line or from the sides. The only playerin a good shooting sector, in front of the goal, is usually wellcovered. Formation 1-3-1 is usually changed to 2-2-1 whenthe libero player is moved towards the board and the wingeris moved towards the corner (picture 4).This shifts the pressureon to the other side of the court which leaves the oppositeside’s wing free for a shooting chance and the middleuncovered. The player in the middle should then move inorder to empty the space in the slot for a pass or a shot. Thisdemands fast and accurate passes as well as reaction speed.demands fast and accurate passes as well as reaction speed.pic 11-3-12-1-2Using different zones during power playDefensive zoneIn openings the same variations are used as in the normalstyle of play. The basic and well learned tactics should beused to lift the ball up in the offensive zone safely. If the opponentis backing up in their defensive zone, there shouldbe no problem on lifting up the game. If the opponent isfore checking aggressively, some trained methods should beused in order to gain space and time on the offensive zone.pic 22-2-1Offensive zoneThe play on the offensive zone is the phase that demandsan organized play system and coordination between players.Technically, a well performed power play demands goodpassing and receiving skills as well as the ability to do so inmotion. With quick passing and moving, the team is able tocreate space for passes and shots. Therefore also good shootingskills are required to finish the attack. Most commonlyused variations in power play are 1-3-1, 2-1-2 and 2-2-1(pictures 1, 2 and 3). These shouldn’t be confused with thefore checking figures. The chosen tactic is dependent on theopponent and the own team’s abilities. These basic variationscan also be changed during the power play by movement. Information 1-3-1, the offensive team has a good opportunityto control the game and build up the game by defenders andbehind the goal with one player on respective side. The disad-pic 3pic 4Movement►

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