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03-22-2009, 08:03 AM
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Like anything in hockey a lot of it depends on you team adjusting and using the Offhand wing too. Let your center know you'll be able to take those one timers. If you have trouble taking a breakout pass on the backhand, tell guys to throw them off of the boards and practice how it feels to take the pass off of the boards. When you go to the boards in your own zone, you can send the puck around behind your own net pretty hard but you'd better let the D know before hand if you like to do that sort of thing.

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