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06-15-2010, 01:41 PM
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vinogradov8
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Originally Posted by blueberrydanish View Post
As some have said practice practice practice...but also make sure you are getting in plenty of open hockey practice because I find as much as I practice at stick n pucks etc nothing beats "in-game" scenarios and all that good stuff. Helps your mental game and physical game all at once really. In a game you wont usually have time to really think things through, you just gotta react. So take any skating classes and all that you can, but also make sure you are getting in scrimmages/open as much as possible also. Good luck
Yeah, in open hockey I do some crazy stuff I didn't even know how to do, but at practice im constantly hoping I don't bust my ass because I don't want to look stupid. It just looks like it will take me decades to get to be a good skater! haha, hopefully thats not true.

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