I didin't know how to clearly express my question, so here are a few explanation.
I'm currently playing in a small hockey club at a quite low level, and we always do this exercise where all the players are at one end of the rink (where the pucks are on the picture). One player on each side rushes to the blue line, only one having the puck. Then, each one crosses the other one behind the blue line, and the one who holds the puck gives it to the other one. Then, they enter the zone and shoot on the goalie. This exercise takes place on only one half of the rink. We often do this at warmup before a play.
So, my question is : which one of the two guys should be the closest to the attack zone when crossing the other one? The puck holder? The receiver?
On the picture, should 1 give it to 2 and wait a bit to avoid an offside, or should 2 give it to 1 for him to enter the zone quickly?
When we play, some say option #1, others say option #2, and it ends up in big "hugs" at the blue line, when we bump into each other. ;)
Sorry for my poor english...