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06-28-2009, 01:00 AM
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yeah there is no rule of thumb, you just slice it half inch at a time till you get it right. the biggest switch is how you have to keep your back elbow a little higher, and that effects how you shoot sometimes, and youll have to get used to playing tighter to your feet more, which depending on your style of play can be a real good thing/bad thing. i personally think its a good thing, a lot of people use lower lies these days, it extends your reach, but i think its more important to have better control in tight. when i go low lie i lose some pucks in my feet that i really needed to have. and i do have feet/hand coordination. there are pros and coms on both sides of the rink.

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