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03-30-2010, 05:44 PM
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BostonRic
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One of the most important things for taking a good wrist shot is to make sure you start with the puck near the heel of your blade. Also, when taking a wrist shot in stride, lean on your stick hard and put most of your wait on your strong side. Eg. if you shoot right have your weight on your right foot, many good players even kick their off-foot up off the ice.

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