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02-26-2010, 12:23 AM
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Originally Posted by donGjohnson View Post
Uh, then you're doing it wrong. Using the bottom hand for a toe-drag really hurts your stick handling radius. The reason why the toe-drag is often called the pull-in move is because it's supposed to be way out wide of you, then you pull it in with the toe. Check out some NHL highlight videos and you'll see what I mean. Lecavalier is an excellent example.
Has always worked fine, i prefer not to have my top hand moving around to often so i can load at any given time. Too really split hairs obviously both hands are moving, i control with my bottom

PS have never heard it called a "pull in" (not saying certain areas use this term) and any time you drag the puck with the toe it is a toe drag whether it is wide or shallow, not every toe drags requires you to bring the puck out wide.

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