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07-20-2009, 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by WestZephyr View Post
You've got the right idea.

Having patience is the main ingredient. If there's no lane to the net a low shot can also backfire. You can always dump it into the corner.

I'm a forward but dabble on the point during the powerplays. If your team is up for it they should be looking for you back door. Always try to drag the puck as close to the middle of the ice as you can. And if you rush the puck yourself on the breakout always make sure the puck gets deep on the powerplay. Or when you cross the blueline do a button hook or delay to let the team set up. It's all probably been said but oh well.
I agree getting the puck deep creates a ton of problems for the other team, even if you have no one to pass to or a play developing. As a forward I always make sure I skate in fast and keep the pressure on when the puck is sent in deep.

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