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08-23-2010, 01:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Gunnar Stahl 30 View Post

cant say i agree with this, especially in the attacking zone. you dont want to make too many passes and pass up an opportunity to shoot, even if that shooting opportunity is a bad angle. if noone is open and guys are going to the net, shoot it low off the goalie and see what happens.

like i said before, it gets people into bad habbits. they start thinking that as soon as they get the puck they need to move it so they start looking around to see who's open but there isnt anyone, THEY were the open guy that was suppose to be skating it into the zone, but at that point the other team is on top if them and they turn it over or have to just dump it

He said THINKING of passing...hell everyone should be thinking about passing even before the puck. He is making points about passing, not breaking down every situation in the book =p

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