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01-08-2010, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Lario Melieux View Post
What I typically do as a winger on the rush is shoot low to the opposite side of the goal in hopes that the goalie gives a nice juicy rebound right into the slot for the driving center. If I'm rushing on the left then I shoot opposite side to the goalie's left pad, and vice versa.

If my team has possesion of the puck in the offensive zone with the cycle or whatnot, or I'm stationary in a good scoring area, and if I have enough time, sometimes I'll try to pick a corner.

Low stickside is my shot of choice.

Being a right hander breakaways are backhand top shelf over the goalie's stick side shoulder all day.
You bring up a couple of good points as most goalies have their stickside on their right. Honestly I subconsciously hardly ever shoot glove hand being a left handed shot. I go five hole often and that works quite a bit ... you know fake shot stickside and tuck with the backhand five hole.

Rarely I will play against a guy who catches with his right hand and it does make me think more while out there.


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