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04-27-2010, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Because some people want to give GOOD advice and not just advice for the sake of it.
And it can be done without doing it over and over and over again and without telling us how awesome you are in the process. How about:

"If you're having trouble lifting the puck, I'd suggest spending some time each time you have the chance working on it because having good technique will go a long way and you should be able to do it regardless of curve. However, that said, something like a Sakic or P92 curve will give you some help and be an advantage due to its open face. You'll need to work on not lifting things too much from out far, but those curves will help in close."

Is that so hard? We dont need the "I can hit top shelf from the dressing room with a straight blade since I know how to do it."

If all that was needed was technique, we'd all be using flat blades and so would all the pros since they're better than most of us anyway.

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