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10-23-2010, 11:19 AM
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When I first started I was always trying to go as fast as I could, all the time. As a result, I could never control the puck when I had it, and I rarely had control of myself (making for some collisions, or at least close ones). I turned the speed down just a little bit, and my game improved tremendously.

When you're a beginner playing with other beginners, collisions can happen. I'd guess that neither of you are really aware of what you're doing, and are probably scrambling out of positions. If everyone plays their position properly, two teammates should very rarely be close enough to collide.

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