Fast Break Offense
The most glaring difference between the college and pro game in my eyes is the pace, and a huge factor in that is the ability of pro goalies to get the ball down the field quickly. Here, we see Riordan make a great save and immediately find Bocklet at the midline uncovered. We immediately see a 3-v-2 and some confusion from the third Chrome pole. Both defenders are splitting two men, which is technically how you play the fast break, but what makes this play work for the chaos is Byrne continuing to move towards Bocklet. By doing this he forces the low defender to respect him as an open shooting threat, meanwhile the lower defender is distracted from the third attackman who cuts out into an open passing lane. What made this play successful for the chaos was that both off-ball attackmen continued to move to space. The movement although slight, was enough to stress out the d and create easy offense.