Definition Of Centering Pass
1. This is a pass that occurs in hockey, where an offensive player passes the puck to a teammate who is in the middle or center of the ice. This pass is used to help set up a shot on goal. However, this pass can be risky as if the player misses the pass and the puck is intercepted by an opponent, they will then have few obstacles in their way from having a shot on goal at the other end of the ice.
Examples Of Centering Pass
1. With the power play winding down, Smith hits a one-timer on the perfect centering pass and puts the puck in the top of the net.
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