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07-19-2009, 12:18 PM
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This is my own personal philosophy, but I find a lot of people respond better to positive re-enforcement. When he does get back & plays D or puts all his effort in, congratulate him. This way you keep it fun, and you can indirectly help him develop into more of a complete player.

Now not everybody responds the same way when they're getting ripped, but every hockey player likes getting re-assured that they're contributing, it keeps the game fun!

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