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05-31-2009, 07:45 PM
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Typically the defenseman will hold his top hand on the stick. The forearm side of his stick hand is vulnerable, as it's usually going to be on a weird angle and weaker than usual.
This side is a good side to isolate; put the puck in front (if you're close) and move it under his stick to the outside of his body. Also, if you're a decent stickhandler, what works for me sometimes if I've got speed/distance or a good position on him I'll just move the puck around a little to see if he'll adjust himself out of my way.

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