DUMP and CHASE
a)
    When a player has an outside shot (not only), he may attempt a ‘Dump & Chase’.
b)     The offensive coach announces “Dump & Chase” and indicates two things:
        i        Which corner to dump the puck into: “LD’s corner” or “RD’s corner”.  That respective defenseman is considered the ‘Defender’, and
        ii        Which forward is going to be the ‘Chaser’.  (Note: RW can only go into the LD’s corner, LW can only go into the RD’s corner, C can go into either corner).  
                 
The offensive coach can also choose to send no forward into the corner and give control of the puck to the ‘Defender’.
c)    To determine what happens, the ‘Dump & Chase Rating’ must be calculated.  The ‘Dump & Chase Rating’ is calculated as follows:
        i        Chaser’s Intimidation Rating – Defender’s Defensive Rating + Dump & Chase Adjustment
        ii        Dump & Chase Adjustment is calculated as:
                    a.     Chaser’s Intimidation minus Defender’s Intimidation (to a maximum of +2 or a minimum of –2)
                    b.     + 3, if the offensive team is on the power play
                    c.      - 4, if the offensive team is shorthanded. 
                  
d)    Once the ‘Dump & Chase’ Rating is calculated, a Split Deck card is flipped and the Intimidation Section is referred to.  
e)      If the number in the Intimidation section is equal to or lower than the Dump & Chase Rating, it is a successful Dump & Chase and an inside shot is given to any player
        (other than the ‘Chaser’).
f)     If the number is greater than the Dump & Chase Rating, the ‘Defender’ gains control of the puck.
g)    If the reading in the intimidation section reads ‘Takes away puck – possible penalty’, refer to the ‘Chaser’s’ Penalty Rating and check for a possible penalty. 
       
If there is no penalty, it is a successful dump and chase and an inside shot is given to any player (other than the ‘Chaser’).
h)    If the reading in the intimidation section reads ‘Fails to take away puck – possible penalty’, refer to the ‘Chaser’s’ Penalty Rating and check for a possible penalty. 
       
If there is no penalty, it is an unsuccessful Dump & Chase and the ‘Defender’ gains control of the puck.