reply to post by openyourmind1262
I dont believe you are a coach of anything ,you have zero communication skills,and an attitude that shows it,I have coached multiple sports teams and
you are definately not suited or prepared to coach anything.Attitude is everything and yours sucks.
And you dont seem to post anything beyond shallow criticisms with no supporting data so you can not know much about hockey,and you really should post
your own resume before you grasp at short hairs like that,ha ha ha.Based on your lack of supportive data in your post I dont think you could coach
your way out of a wet paper bag,are you sure the kids arent teaching you out there??Ha ha ha.Remeber the price you pay to post criticisms is that you
need to provide a better alternative than the dynamic you are critiqueing.You know the old saying"if you arent a part of the solution,then you must be
a part of the problem",well if you dont add something constructive right after you add something destructive,then you cannot be instructive,right
We arent compareing or asking for resumes here, this isnt a job application,and you came here,I didnt come and find you ,so thanks for comeing now
dont let the cyber-door hit you in the arse on the way out.If you read the entire thread you would see that early on I anticipated your type of
attitude and I respectfully asked for criticisms supported by data that were productive and progressive and related to the growth and supporting
through progressive change of Moma2s NewAge Hockey System.
And yes you are right ,I view the goaltender as a part of the offense so truly my system DOES play with 6 men engaged in the offense for 60mins,you
dont see the light yet,but you are stuggeling at all the right spots,every time you encounter something non-traditional you hit a wall,as expected.
Why wouldnt you utilise the goaltender as an offensive weapon?His number of puck contacts and possesions make him as responsible for contributeing to
offense as anyone else on the ice,and a goaltenders rebound direction is an incredible catalyst for kickstarting an offensive transition ,if the
tender is involved in the game the right way.We dont look at the goaltender as a defensive asset in Moma2s NewAge Hockey System,we dont do defence
here,so our goalie better be involved in the offence,especially initiation of our cycleing game and our first transition out of our zone.Positional
zone dominance around the net is also a big part of a goaltenders system responsibility,this means playing physical and initiating a lot of contact
around the net and establishing aggressive zone possesion.We need our goaltenders to take penaltys all year long,about one every five games,we need to
own the real estate around the net and there is a price to pay for that,we pay it in PK work,but because we need to transition to offense as soon as
we gain possesion as seamlessly as we can,we need to own as much real estate positionally as we can.Nothing about Moma2s NewAge Hocky System is
conventional,winners arent conventional they are creative and they MANUFACTURE WINS by dominateing core areas of the ice for 60 mins..
Come on open your mind a little and see all the ways that defensive thinking prevents your team from winning,then start fixing things right there,by
eliminateing the defensive mindset.
If you pre-suppose a need for defense you will manifest a dynamic that creates that need,it is an endless cycle.If you pre-suppose a puck passing the
goal line ,you will manifest that dynamic.So why waste time and energy going backwards and thinking defence when you only have 60mins to win the
game?You cant make more minutes,unless you think defence and try for OT every game.But even then you need OFFENSE to WIN at anything,especially a game
There is a big difference between effective puck recovery and a seamless transition to offense---which is what we do here,and a defensive mindset that
requires the initiation and practice of set plays--which is what all other teams do,the achillies heel of a hockey team is its dependance on set plays
which can be anticipated and capitalised on,set plays on either defence or offense will get you scored on.
We want our 6 men on the ice to always be in the best position to RECOVER the puck comeing out of a high speed cycle and with momentum and dominant
position--AFTER--an offensive thrust and IMMEDIATLY transition back into offense comeing out of a the recovery still maintaining the cycle with
speed and momentum..By useing the cycle so much it seems like the team isnt really doing anything direct with the puck,just playing keep-away,but the
offense is fast and furious and consistant over 60 mins,at the NHL level 15 shots per period and at LEAST 4 goals per game is the baseline for
acceptable performance results.So 45 shots per game and 4 goals per game as the standard of acceptability or average execution.
Wnen this type of system is applied for 82 games ,you have a Presidents trophy winner on your hands.
Teaching players to cycle in hockey is almost the easiest thing to do at every level,so this system is the LEAST complicated,and easiest to teach that
you can find,and the fun factor is a ten because it is all offense for 60 mins.
I hope you stick around and post some hockey strategy,maybe tell me how you would stop this system for starters.
And as you can see by where I posted my thread,I am not looking to set any record number of visits,ha ha ha,this thread is for people interested in a
new hockey system,Moma2s NewAge Hockey System,and thats it thats all folks.So this is something of a tutorial thread,but I am open to changeing or
adjusting anything if a hockey minded or interested competitor wants to add data that is better than what I am useing now,that growth and push is
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