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01-16-2005, 11:40 PM
Join Date: Mar 2004
the can opener technique, that one's easy to pull off behind the play...
a carefully placed stick blade to the back of the knee is a good one (actually, don't do that, if the other player has a bad knee you could really hurt them), but if they're a jagoff who plays dirtbag hockey then by all means...
i have only 6:00 mins in PIMs through 12 games (which is saying a lot, i receive a crapload of abuse in the low slot)
it's all about the timing of your reprisals that matter...just yesterday i was screening the opposing goalie and received a nut-shot from a goalie stick between my legs and nothing was called, but the game was tied 4-4 late so i just sucked it up...if it were a lopsided game i'd probably have issued some type of snowcone or dickish crease crashing.
i know, poor sportsmanship, but i only give what i get
i've been crosschecked flat on my face and have gotten up and done nothing, even if there was no penalty called...i've gotten much better in my old age at not reacting (have drawn a few minors this season and our team has the top PP), but every so often it's nice to help karma along.
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I'm a fairly clean player with good size for a beer league (6'2", 220) that's looking to add a little more bite to my game. I typically win all my battles in the corners and other physical contests, like being nearly unmoveable in front of the opposing goalie.
I'm wondering if anyone out there would like to share some of their nastier tricks and tips to put some extra bite into my game (and into the opposing players).
Thanks in advance.
edit: I should also mention that the league I play in is non-checking (which definitely does not mean no contact). Thanks again.
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