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08-19-2010, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by tarheelhockey View Post
I've been considering this as well since reading the idea here a few months ago. Likewise I feel like it's a crazy idea, but I've only been at it for about 8 months so maybe there's not as much "re-training" to do?
I've decided in the short term to work stickhandling and shooting drills with both sides off ice and stick n puck. Once I get to a point with my leftie that I'm happy I'll try it dropin, before I try in a league game.

Taking it on as a side project and see how it goes.

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How did you come to the initial decision to shoot right-handed?
Faint memories of picking up one of those floppy plastic hockey sticks playing floor hockey at elementary and going for a rightie 25 years ago.

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Also, the Oilers lefty/righty ratio is 17:7. I'm not sure if that's supposed to entice you or deter you from switching to LH.
Taylor Hall shoots Left.

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