Connor Hellebuyck’s first two entries into Pro Reads have featured 2-on-1 rush chances (and there is third coming soon with a similar theme), in part because the Vezina Trophy winner is statistically the best in the NHL at managing these types of attacks, and by a large margin.

With that in mind, we also wanted to share a drill with the Winnipeg Jets star that isolated that type of attack, and Hellebuyck was kind enough to talk about some of his keys to it.

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