Punisher Goalie Posted March 1, 2018 Share Posted March 1, 2018 Hoping to get some advice about efficient crease movements. I’m primarily thinking about when the opposing team has possession in the zone and is moving the puck around the perimeter. When that’s happening, is it better to (a) stay at an aggressive depth the whole time as you track the puck, or (b) does it make more sense to stay at a conservative depth while you change your angle until you anticipate a shot, then move out to an aggressive depth? My issue is that I feel like if I stay at an aggressive depth, I have to make big long t-pushes, etc to keep up with the puck, then I drift back into the net if the puck is moved in. It just does not feel efficient. I’m wondering if I should stay at a more conservative depth for cross-crease movements so it more efficient/shorter travel time, establish myself at the correct angle, then add depth and set my feet if I can as I anticipate a shot, depending on the play. Hopefully my question makes sense but looking forward to any advice you all have. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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