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10-13-2010, 03:14 PM
Join Date: Jun 2010
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If Carter needs to be more accurate, then virtually every other player in the NHL does too.
He needs to develop a one-timer, find his way into the slot and the soft spot in the inbetween the defense and the fwds(between the circles), get to the net more, work on his ability to dig pucks and win battles on the boards, and needs to be more patient when entering the offensive zone to take the puck deep and force the defenders to defend him below the red line and behind the crease thus initiating the cycle....he is good defensively, uses his reach well on the backcheck, can skate with anyone in the league, has one of the heaviest wrist shots in the NHL, and has improved his faceoff % each year.
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