[Rush Defense] How Well Do You Make Gap Decisions?
Predict What Will Happen Next Off The Rush Against
Gap control is a very difficult skill. Your ability to read the gap and then control the spacing is paramount if you want to play at a high level. Review these rush against sequences and predict how the defense will handle the situation. By reviewing you will start to learn the tendencies of the top d and how they keep a tight gap and defuse rush opportunities for the opposition.
- Current Owner and Head Instructor of Prodigy Hockey
- Current Chicago Young Americans Coach and Skill Specialist
- Current Director of Skill Development Wilmette Braves
- Former Division One Player Umass - Amherst (Hockey East)
- Played in the USHL for the Indiana Ice and Chicago Steel
- Member Of the 2005 Under 18 USA Ivan Hlinka Team
Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks), John Moore (New Jersey Devils), Rene Bourque (Colorado Avalanche), Vinnie Hinostroza (Chicago Blackhawks), Ryan Hartman (Chicago Blackhawks), Connor Carrick (Toronto Maple Leafs), Jake McCabe (Buffalo Sabres), Jeremy Morin (Rockford Ice Hogs, Chicago Blackhawks), Brandon Bollig (Calgary Flames), Conor Allen (Milwaukee Adirmals, Nashville Predators), Ryan Bourque (Hartford Wolf Pack, New York Rangers), Tommy Olczyk (Penn State) Max Kalter (UConn), Dominic Trento (Umass), Adam Baughman (Harvard), James Sanchez (USA, Michigan Recruit), Joe Widmar (Umass), Stuart Pomeroy (Princeton), Tim Lappin (Brown)