|2 on 1
The offensive situation where an offensive player has beaten his/hercheck to create a man advantage going into the offensive zone. (3 on 2,4 on 3, 5 on 4 are created in the same way.)
|The act of shooting or passing from behind one's back.
|The player that plays the corner or shooter positions on offence.
|The offensive position on both sides of the floor located near the side face-off circles.
|The rocking motion of the stick used to gain a feel for the ball and to keep control.
|The area around the goal that cannot be entered by the opposition.
|The offensive player who plays the crease position.
|The position on the goal line extended and about one metre off the goal crease.
|A one-on-one move where a deliberate step is taken in one direction followed by an explosive step in the opposite direction.
|Pulling and turning the stick during a face-off.
|One method of starting or re-starting play. See "Draw".
|Performing a movement without completion to fool the opponent (e.g. faking a pass or a shot).
|The rapid attack which occurs during the transition from offence to defence.
|Give & Go
|Passing then quickly going for a return pass.
|The player's dominant hand is the left hand and is located at the throat of the stick.
|The status of the ball when it is not in the control of either team.
|See "Power Play".
|An offensive pattern that involves the five runners in a continuous and balanced cycle of player movement.
|Out of Bounds
|The area of the arena or box designated as a non-playing area.
|A shooting or passing motion created by moving the stick down from above and just off the shoulder.
|The strategy of moving one or two extra players into one area of the floor.
|Blocking the path of a defender so he/she cannot follow his/her check.
|Pick & Roll
|The setting of a pick and then turning to receive a pass.
|The player who plays the point position on offence.
|A spot at the top and centre of the floor and is the spot filled by the player who is furthest from the goal.
|The situation when one team has a player advantage as a result of a penalty.
|Catching and then passing or shooting in one motion.
|A method of holding the stick with two hands so that the head of thestick is near the shoulder and ready to receive a pass or check.
|The player's dominant hand is the right hand and is located at the throat of the stick.
|A method of picking up the ball by accelerating the head of the stick under the ball.
|See "Corner Man".
|Shooting or passing the ball by swinging the stick through the horizontal plane at the waist.
|The shot that is taken with the stick moving in a plane below the waist (also know as an underhand shot).
|Trap & Scoop
|Placing the head of the stick over the ball to stop its movement and then scooping the ball into the stick.
|The stick is held with two hands so that the body is between the stickand the opponent and in such a manner that the player can pass, shootor go around their opponent.
|The one to three step-move of an offensive player to engage thedefender and then with a quick reverse step, move to get open toreceive the ball.
|The side of the floor with the least number of players.