EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NHL 12

On offense, if you play as a centre, the slot or behind goal is where you should be most of the time. Of course you need to leave your zone from time to time to help your teammates, or to draw defenders away from your area, but try to return to your zone as fast as possible.



If you're not where you're supposed to be, you will confuse your teammates or even collide with them - ruining your attack.

As a winger you should typically be inside an area between the corner, slot and face off circle. You shouldn't keep to just one side, but help out on the side where the puck is. The aim is to be whereever you need to be to create a triangle together with the centre and the other winger.








Also, if a D has carried the puck into offensive zone and ended up in the face off cirlce, the winger should take his place as the D has replaced the winger.

The D's should be in the area near the blue line and the boards (the point). If the puck is in the corner, one D should be by the boards and the other should be in the middle, on or just inside the blue line.





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