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01-28-2010, 10:37 AM
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always try to be an option for a teammate with the puck...and being an option for your teammate might take you away from a scoring area, puck possesion is more important at this time.puck support and how you skate with out the puck is just as important as how you skate with the puck.

skate with your stick on the ice, if I rip a pass to you it helps to have a target where you want the puck.also I may have a split second to decide to pass or not, if your not ready for it the chance may evaporate that quickly too.

stay with your check in the d-zone dont chase the puck all over, many times I have had a teammate decide to leave his man in front of the net to "help" cover a player in the corner leaving somone alone in front of our net.

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