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07-09-2010, 07:05 PM
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Yet another vote for skating, skating, then more skating. The rest can come later, if you're a beginner it's your skating more than anything else that will hold you back. Suicides are a great way to work on straight line skating and stopping, and are also great for conditioning. Do tonnes of crossovers (both directions), and really practice super tight turns too. When you get bored of skating, and feel like shooting, I'd say the snap shot is easily the most important shot for a forward, and if you're a dman work on your slapper.

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