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06-29-2010, 12:29 PM
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Backhand shots are tricky in a sense that to raise them you need to find yourself in both these situations simultaneously:

1. The puck should be at the area or near the heel of your blade.
2. The puck is pulled a little bit behind so that you have space to wind & lift.

This is not a strict rule though. I can lift pucks backhand in other situations but I find these to be the most ideal sitation for a backhand shot.

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