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07-23-2010, 05:59 PM
The Spicy Shrimp
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Originally Posted by Lario Melieux View Post
Work on skating. Skating. S-K-A-T-I-N-G!!! If you're getting beat everytime one on one, practice your skating. Forwards and backwards. If you're just beginning to learn hockey, you should be taking a beginner's learn-to-skate class or beginner's power skating class. You shouldn't be messing around with pucks and one on one drills yet. All skating.

Oh. And as for shaking it off... it sounds like the class could be a little above your skill level??? Regardless, your going to have growing pains with hockey as with anything else. Good luck!
Yeah, I took a learn to skate class, and from the description, the class I'm in sounded like it would focus on power skating a bit more than it actually does. They try to group people by experience so that everyone is at the same level. Usually I'm right on par with everyone else in the "less experienced" group; I guess I just had a terrible day.

Thanks to everyone who chimed in!

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