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12-20-2004, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by slats432
I have no idea why, and figured that someone else might have some insights...

I started playing recreational hockey in the last couple years after many years off. When I played junior, I was a scorer, and had a fairly decent shot.

But since I have come back to playing, the shot is still strong, but the accuracy has gone to pot. For some reason, a too high percentage of all my shots are about six inches outside either post.

I was thinking that I might be using a stick longer than I used to? Trying to hard to shoot with velocity?

Any thoughts?
Having a proper lie is just as important as having proper length. You might have grown taller since when you played junior many years and this will result in you needing a different lie. What lie do you have now and where is most of the wear on your blade occuring at?

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