I'll take Shay Nelson as the fastest.
It all depends on what the coach is coaching: If your d are backing up, you will play the game in your zone. If you play the game in your zone, you will have a lot of blocked shots. If you are coaching, you can't leave the defensive zone, then you are unlikely to have stretch passes.
If your d are backing up, you will have less opportunities to score because you will have less time in the offensive zone.
If you are a dump and change team, you are not playing puck possession.
If you have your d back up and you are dump and change you are playing a very defensive style.
In order to play that style, you need to have a goalie with a .95 save percentage.
Kampresal says he does not have any systems.
Does the Coach favor the low cycle like say a Robert Morris or the high cycle like the Vancouver Canucks used to play when they had the Sedins.
How can you tell? You'd have to notice does it go behind the net as a preference or up the boards back to the point.
I think hockey IQ can be taught to some players. Some players can't be taught it.
That being said all players are taught the neutral zone regroup and that does not come naturally.