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09-25-2007, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Silent_Hero View Post
if you're playing inline hockey, on a smooth surfafce, you're never supposed to actually stop during play time.

In line hockey is a complete different type of hockey. the idea is to be constantly in moving, sort of like doing circles. it's all about positioning.
Incorrect. That type of philosophy would get you schooled against a good inline player. Players of all skill levels use stopping as an effective tactic to get some distance from opposing players.

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