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Odd-Man Rush

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What Is The Definition Of Odd-Man Rush In Hockey?

1. An odd-man rush refers to when the offensive team outnumbers the defensive team when they are entering the attacking zone. For example, if the team enters the zone with two players, and there is only one defenseman then it is an odd-man rush. The more the offense outnumbers the defense on the rush, the better their chances are at scoring a goal.

Example Of How Odd-Man Rush Is Used In Commentary

1. The Flyers intercept the puck at the blue line and now have an odd-man rush entering the zone.

Sport The Term Is Used

1. Hockey

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