Welcome to your Lax IQ Test (Advanced)

(GP) 1. A team should consider putting players deep in the offensive zone on a face-off:
(ID) 2. Top-side defense refers to:
(TD) 3. When sliding to help a teammate or on a double-team the most important concept to remember is to:
(IT) 4. During a 3-on-2 players should:
(TT) 5. During a standard breakout where benches are on the same-side of the floor, responsibilities include:
(IO) 6. Upon receiving a pass on offense the first action you should look to take is to:
(TO) 7. When running into the offensive zone at the start of a shift an offender should:
(ST) 8. Ideally a loose ball team consists of:
(GP) 9. The 6-hole:
(ID) 10. When faced with a defensive long change a defender should:
(TD) 11. With one player in the offensive zone and 4 others in the process of changing, defenders should:
(IT) 12. When a fast break is in progress, the defender(s) not in the play should:
(TT) 13. In a 4-10-4 transition system which of the following statements IS NOT false:
(IO) 14. If a goalie has the habit of dropping on sub shots:
(TO) 15. When a team has the short change on offense they could consider:
(ST) 16. While in a rotating diamond defense on the penalty kill:
(GP) 17. Effective boxing out is important:
(ID) 18. When closing the gap on defense a defender must:
(TD) 19. Rules for "automatic switching" include ALL EXCEPT:
(IT) 20. When transitioning the ball into the opponents’ zone with even numbers, the player with the ball should attempt to run:
(TT) 21. The I-formation is most effective when:
(IO) 22. With under 5 seconds on the shot clock, offensive players should:
(TO) 23. The objective of most offensive sets before taking a shot should be to:
(ST) 24. The job of the on-ball low defender on a PK that is playing the “box” is ALL EXCEPT:
(GP) 25. A 40-60 ball represents ALL EXCEPT:
(ID) 26. Being on your proper side on defense refers to:
(TD) 27. The 1-for-1 rule refers to:
(IT) 28. A “fake change” can be effective:
(TT) 29. In a 6-6-6 transition system ALL statements are correct EXCEPT:
(GP) 30. Who is responsible for a goal scored on a seam shot accountability-wise:
(TO) 31. With 45 seconds left to play in a period with the ball in the offensive zone the best play is to:
(ST) 32. In a situation where your team is losing and needs to get the ball back with under 30 seconds to go in the game:
(GP) 33. Taking a coincidental penalty is sometimes a good play when:
(ID) 34. With under 5 seconds left on the shot clock defensive players should look to:
(TD) 35. A box + 1 defense includes ALL of the following principles EXCEPT:
(IT) 36. Players in the outside lane during a fast break should:
(TT) 37. When a player is carrying the ball in the inside lane during a 3-on-2 the traditional way to defend it is usually:
(IO) 38. After taking a shot on offense:
(TO) 39. In a pick & roll scenario:
(ST) 40. The job of the high defenders on a PK that is playing the “box” is:
(GP) 41. “Batting” the ball can be a good play:
(ID) 42. The 3 step rule refers to:
(TD) 43. When double teaming during a “rag” situation the rules for defenders include:
(IT) 44. When line-changing players should generally:
(TT) 45. When executing a 2-on-1 with two same-handed players ALL concepts below are important EXCEPT:
(IO) 46. The most effective pick is:
(TO) 47. A good pick and roll includes ALL of the following EXCEPT:
(ST) 48. With under 30 seconds left in a power-play and the opponent is ragging the ball the defense should:
(IO) 49. A slip pick is when:
(ID) 50. Over-checking is when:
(TD) 51. While communicating on defense you should mainly be talking about:
(IT) 52. Players in the inside lane during a fast break should:
(TT) 53. When a player is carrying the ball in the outside lane during a 3-on-2 the best way to defend it is:
(IO) 54. When the defensive player checking you slides to help a teammate your best option is to:
(TO) 55. After taking a shot on offense and scooping up the rebound the ball carrier should:
(ST) 56. A split (lock) box can be ALL of the following EXCEPT:
(GP) 57. A pick and pop refers to:
(ID) 58. The best way to defend a player attempting to post you up is to:
(TD) 59. “Denying” an offensive player is usually most effective:
(IT) 60. Bounce passes are most effective:
(TT) 61. Late/secondary transition refers to:
(IO) 62. Picks should be used:
(TO) 63. With a north-south pick approaching, the ball carrier should:
(ST) 64. When defending against an opponent attempting to rag the ball and killing penalty time:
(GP) 65. When you are consistently losing face-offs the coach/players should look to:
(ID) 66. When getting sealed defensively players should attempt to:
(TD) 67. While defending the middle position in a helping man-to-man defense responsibilities include:
(IT) 68. When defending a fast break against, defenders should consider:
(TT) 69. After receiving a breakout pass in a situation where benches are on the same-side of the floor:
(IO) 70. When being “denied” near the perimeter of the defense an offensive player should try first to:
(TO) 71. The most effective way to break down a zone defense is to:
(ST) 72. A rotating box:
(GP) 73. Banging sticks on the boards is used in which of the following situations:
(ID) 74. “Hitching” refers to:
(TD) 75. The “hot” defender refers to:
(IT) 76. Finishing your check while defending a fast break is most important:
(TT) 77. The 16 second rule refers to:
(IO) 78. In order for a pick to be effective:
(TO) 79. When a teammate on their proper side cuts the middle, a teammate on the same side should:
(ST) 80. The most effective way to “rag the ball” on the penalty kill is: