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04-10-2009, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Gunnar Stahl 30 View Post
that would be my suggestion. get in a close as he will allow then take a snapper. shoot where the goalie wont be. if the goalie is a butterfly, shoot high or under his blocker or glove depending on your, and the goalie handedness.

if you take a snapper and use the defenseman as a screen, the goalie will not only not be able to see the puck but a quick snapper wont give him much time to react. again though, get in a close as the d man will allow
In the lower level pickup that we play in, I usually end up playing as a conservative D-man. The "top" players in that league try to cut to the middle and eventually wind up shooting wide or hitting my skates.

The best move I can think of is to fake to the outside, then cut inside with speed, throw the brakes on, and take the shot short side. If you have a quick enough release you'll be shooting around the defenceman as he tries to stop, and you may catch the goalie a half-inch out of position.


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