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06-11-2009, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by 190Octane View Post
I'm not a physics major, but what would cause the puck to spin on the blade for 4-5 inches and then pop off the middle of the blade? The puck has to ride along the blade in order to start rotating.
Just watch this instead. I'll add that my tape wear says my way is the way it is.
yes you are correct for every other shot other than a slapshot, you hit a slapper too hard for it to be on the blade that long .... seriously man it really does this.
Adam Graves explains well enough to grasp what I am saying. Watch the whole thing and don't cheat by fast forwarding. It starts with the basic wrist shot then the snap shot and then the slapshot.

This is how I shoot my slapshots and I am almost 41 and still break plexiglas once in a while or split a puck in half on the post outdoors when it is very cold out.

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