Goal Line Extended (GLE) – This is the line on the field that is formed by connecting the bases of two pipes of a goal and extending it to the sideline.
Crease – This is the circle that surrounds the goal. Offensive players are not permitted in the crease of the goal that they are trying to score on.
Hole – This is not a line on the field, but it is the area that is just in front of the goal crease. This is the place that offensive players want to shoot from and that defensive players want to protect the most.
Unsettled – This is any situation that does not involve a dead ball, where one team has more players than the other team.
Fast break – This is a specific unsettled situation that as the ball crosses the top of the restraining box, the offensive team has 4 players and the defensive team only has 3.
Draw – This is an indicator that the offensive player should engage a defenseman prior to passing the ball.
Early – This is an indicator that the offensive player should pass the ball well prior to engaging a defensive player.
Go/Rotate/Slide – This is called by the goalie and D point to indicate in a fast break that he is going to guard the midfielder with the ball
Reverse – This is called by the goalie and D point to indicate in a fast break that the ball has been passed early and that he is going to guard the point attack-man. This causes the rotation to move in the opposite direction than a normal fast break.