possibly a really silly question...
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10-23-2010, 01:04 PM
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Boise, ID
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Sorry if this is a completely absurd question but..
The pros seem to rarely run into each other, their own teammates or oposing team, on accident.
In the beginner league I'll run into someone atleast once a game.. or get really close to it. so my question is - is there some kind of rule of thumb when turning and menuvering around the rink?
it generally is when I'm turning and they are turning we end up turning into each other... or one turns into the skating path of the other. Anyone else have this problem ?
As you progress upward through different leagues you will stop seeing so many people go for the puck and start playing their own positions. When 10 people go for a loose puck there is a greater chance to run into people. If the center goes for a loose puck in the center of the ice and his wings stay along the boards where they belong so the center can pass to them after he gets the puck, he won't run into them.
It's just a product of inexperience and it will gradually happen less and less as you and teammates gain experience.
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