I wrote earlier about the Swedish 2-2-1 set up and quite aggressive forecheck, if you then look at the World Champions in hockey Russia, you find almost the opposite, very defensive 4-1 or V set up. When the forecheck is started they have almost a 2-2-1 set up, that is transferred to a wall or trap when they stop the attack from the opposite team. Not maybe fully transferrable to floorball, but I hope this post still will create some thoughts outside the box…
1-2-2 Floorball Set up / System – Normal or Offensive
In a 1-2-2 floorball system, for me the D2 player will be the most important both in defense, but also in building up your offensive plays.
1-2-2 Defensive Floorball Set up / System
1-2-2 Floorball Set up / System securing the centre / middle
If you have centrally strong opponent, you can try to pull in your players more centrally to force out the other team to the sides.
1-2-2 Floorball V-Set up / V-System
1-2-2 in V-formation will close the borders and force the opposite team in to the middle. Situations in the middle will be really tight and you need to be careful with the positioning of your teams players, be on the right side all the time between your own goal and your opponent.