If not three-and-in it would be knock out or, rarely, sides. We were never very many for sides so rush goalie was de rigueur. I also heard it referred to as back 'n' and. I think the two terms betray quite a different idea with regard to tactics. Back 'n' 'and is conservative - you're playing as a back but have the handling option when necessary. Rush goalie on the other hand suggests all out attack and a mad rush back if something goes wrong! Rush was my approach.