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10-04-2007, 01:34 PM
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Physically, you should be able to improve so long as you dedicate time to practice. And eventually that necessitates better training/tutoring as you need to refine.

Mentally, you can always improve, but I think what's going to be your roadblock is how much/fast you can adjust to higher speeds of play. I think that's the limiting factor for most players. At a certain point, you can execute all the physical components of play, but you might not be able to react quickly, read plays, etc as fast as the guys at a higher level.

Beyond that, I'd say join a league and see how you do in competitive hockey, which is a different beast.

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