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03-07-2009, 06:39 PM
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BrianNYR
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to be honest with you, i score a decent amount of goals and i find myself on both sides of the ice. i play all 3 forward positions and dont notice much of a difference between when position i am playing and the amount of goals i score. to be honest with you, it depends on your linemates haha.
headcoach - i dont disagree with you that a one timer is easier from an off wing on a rush or however you find yourself in the offensive zone, but you usually find yourself opening up your feet towards the coming pass, and in essence slowing yourself down, or skating backwards and away from the pass(giving the goalie more time to set themselves). for a one timer for a righty on the right side, (or lefty on the left side) a skater can be hit in stride and put the puck right on net. i know my team practices this constantly and is one of the most dangerous things a goal scorer can know how to do.
sorry if this sounds like mumbo jumbo but it makes sense to me hah
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