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04-27-2008, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by TheHMan View Post

I don't buy into the theory that right handed people need to shoot left. If you're playing goal, I can see that as an exception because you can't grip the center of the stick. The situation is exactly the same with me, with a pitchfork, shovel, broom, golf club and hockey stick, I all hold them the exact same way. I'm an artist as a profession so the artistic theory kinda goes out the window there
So what are you saying, you use a pitch fork with one hand? If you are using a goalie to compare with, then you have to do apple to apples. Have you ever seen a goalie shoot the puck? If he holds the stick with his right hand, chances are that he will slide the holding stick hand to the knob and place the catching glove on the neck of the stick for support and use that for the fulcrum point to shoot with. Check it out and see if it's so!

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