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02-17-2010, 01:03 AM
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Even better is if you can pick up some hockey boards from a rink that is replacing theirs. My local arena was taking all of theirs out, so I asked for one and they said sure. It is big, the puck slides nicely on it, very durable, and best of all FREE!

Another good training aid to build yourself is a big triangle and wrap it with bungee cords, that way you have three side so you can skate around and practice forehand, backhand and one timers. Put a bucket of pucks on top to help keep it still (if you are on the ice)

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