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06-28-2008, 01:32 PM
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Originally Posted by PukkuMikku View Post
Him not always keeping his head up causes that.

There are a couple of things he can fix, and if he does, he can be a solid NHL scorer.

1) keeping his head up.
2) increase core strength. Especially legs. Stronger legs means stronger balance means harder to knock off the puck.
3) if he does the above, adding weight is not as big an issue, but an extra 10 lbs couldn't hurt. As long as it doesn't slow him down.
If he hasn't learned to keep his head up at his age he will never learn it.

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