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02-24-2010, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by donGjohnson View Post
Argument has no e. By the way, my reasoning is "merely" conventional wisdom and experience. If you're going to scoff at well considered professional thinking, have more than a supposedly witty retort prepared as an attack.

Furthermore, if you can honestly tell me a majority of right hand dominant persons who take up the game as right hand shooters aren't generally offensively/generally weaker players in 1-2 years than right handed persons who shoot lefty, I'll stop talking. The puck handling aspect, comparatively speaking, appears staggering. I've captained C league teams and seen it many times. I also used to play roller where it was a mixed league and it was true pretty much every single time. Newbie RH players who shoot RH fight the puck like nothing I've ever seen.
I dont think this statement is at all accurate. Mind you i obviously have no data to back it up, but in every league i have played in i have never seen a correlation between being rh and shooting rh and being "weaker".

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