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03-19-2010, 07:41 PM
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HowToHockey
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Yeah I have heard of those wooden balls before. For stickhandling you can get a dry erase board, or just walk up and down the isles at home depot and look for something big, cheap and smooth.

Basically stickhandle with anything that slightly represents a pucks size. I've used pucks, tennis balls, crushed pop cans, crumpled up pieces of paper! No matter what you will be practicing, and repeating the movements involved in stickhandling and it will help a bit.

Once you get the movements down you can do something like this


Here are a few drills


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