Adapting to playing hockey vs. other sports
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03-26-2010, 10:47 AM
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: On SR Hadden's plane
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Geeze....I have been playing for the better part of 20 years and I can't remember a game where I haven't looked at the ceiling after messing up lol.
I was watching the islander game last night - a sign of low intelligence, low expectations, and an immense desire for self-applied punishment - and saw an isle rookie D-man gave up the puck right to a Calgary player right in front of the net, and who should have easily scored.
Did the guy look up and beat his fists on the ice like i did after falling one time? No, he just kept his composure and stayed in the play - but probably got ribbed on the bench for making such a bad play.
In b-ball, your emotions are all out front, everyone can see each other's face, the game is alot slower, and your percentages of success much higher. Hockey is a much more stressful game, so maybe its better I started now in my 40s, when I'm a more mature person, than in my teens or 20s, when I would have been far quicker to fly off the handle when I screwed up...
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