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01-19-2005, 04:22 PM
Join Date: Feb 2004
If the puck is at the point and the goalie looks to be screened, before the shot comes in, try to replicate the feel of a shot by tapping the goalie's pads with the back of your blade. Sometimes, the goalie will think a shot came in and hit his leg pads and will start looking around to cover the puck. When the shot does come in, he's not prepared.
I've also always enjoyed using the plexigas around the rink as a mirror. Without turning around, it allows you to kick the puck past the unsuspecting dman coming down to cover you and to another forward coming down the rink behind him. Dman is always thinking about taking your head off since your back is turned and not having the puck whiz by him. Friend and I had this down pretty well until he hurt his knee and had to stop playing; never quite the same since.
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