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09-11-2010, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Crosbyfan View Post
Are you using your peripheral vision to somewhat see the puck?...or are you doing a drill where you can't, or can barely see it at all?

In case 2, 10-15 seconds is not bad, or even good, depending on the speed and technical difficulty of your drill
I'm not talking about deking and dangling the puck around, just tapping it tightly with as little puck movement as possible. And whether I'm using my peripheral vision or looking straight at the puck, I just lose my cadence. I may not "lose" the puck completely, but I can't keep a consistent rhythm.

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