Thread: One timer tips
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06-08-2009, 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by MistaWrista View Post
Let's just say, most players should tap their stick on the ice where they want the pass. Not everyone can pass so well, apparently
And remember this also, if a pass is further into your back foot and you can't back up, try to keep more weight on your back foot at all times, e.g. less of an aggressive follow through. Much better to have a pass in front, because you can easily slide into it.

If an incoming pass appears to be tracking on an angle where you THINK its headed behind you...the thing you wan to do is TRY and move INTO the pass...reducing the amount of 'fade' the puck has time to make.

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