NHL Overtime Philosophical Approaches

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Coaching Philosophies in Overtime

 

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When the NHL introduced 3-on-3 overtime in 2015, it was well received for two main reasons. Firstly, this
The NHL introduced a 3-on-3 overtime format to resolve ties in 2015. This format was an immediate success.
When an NHL game is tied at the end of regulation, both teams are awarded one point and
Since the introduction of 3-on-3 overtime in the 2015-2016 season, on average teams play 18 (18.6 technically) overtime
NHL Overtime Power Rankings up to the end of the COVID-19 interrupted 2019-2020 regular season.
Depending on many factors, including but not limited to the coach’s philosophy and how important the extra point
In various blogs, we’ve looked at different formats of 3-on-3 hockey (NHL OT, NHL All-Star tournament, Fours Hockey,
In a previous blog (NHL Overtime – Strategic Approaches), we highlighted a number of factors coaches will consider
In a previous blog (NHL Overtime – How Important is the Extra Point?), we established that at the
This blog will look at defensive strategies for 3-on-3 hockey. When considering defensive systems, coaches typically work on: