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05-20-2010, 05:17 AM
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I'm no expert on physics, but conceivably if a puck is spinning fast enough, when it hits the blocker all that force could be transferred to the blocker noticeably as the puck is forced to stop spinning. Other than that, given that the mass of the puck is constant, the velocity of the puck is the only factor in the force it delivers. The logical conclusion is that he just perceived his shot to be faster which is incorrect.

PS, 7 goals on defense? Sounds like you're playing beneath yourself.

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