Inside The Dots

Inside The Dots

The area of the ice surface that is bounded by the faceoff dots in the offensive zone. The faceoff dots are small circles or dots located on the rink, and they are typically used as reference points for conducting faceoffs. The dots are situated in various locations on the ice, including in the offensive and defensive zones. When someone says “inside the dots” in the context of offensive play, they are referring to the area between the faceoff dots in the offensive zone, closer to the opponent’s net.

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