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04-22-2010, 06:34 AM
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Positioning is key. You have to keep your BODY (not just your stick) between the goalie and the puck at all times. Other then that, it's about timing and a little luck. Tipping the puck is an art form. It will take some trial and error to get the technique down but for the most part changing the direction of the puck is enough. Watch NHL games and how often you see a tipped puck make the goalie have to react for the change in direction. In fact Zetterberg scored one the other night on a shoulder high tip. It was nuts.

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