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08-10-2007, 02:34 PM
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McNasty
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You have to be able to feel the puck before your going to start beating defenders with your hands. You posted before that your pretty quick so what I would consider doing is come in and slow yourself down a bit and start going left to right and then real quick just kick it outside and go right around him. If you can, slide the puck between the heel of his stick and his skate.

One move that I love is the toe drag, pretty self explanatory you put the toe of your stick on the front of the puck and pull it back. The easiest way to learn this one is to take a roller hockey puck or a ball and just keep hitting it from your heel to the toe of your stick as fast as you can back and forth. It'll help you become comfortable pulling the puck back.

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