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11-13-2010, 07:27 AM
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Having a top end stick, doesn't mean anything.

Grab one of the those stick handling balls, and any of the hockey accessories available that you can use in the basement, or whereever you can practice off ice. I would say a net and some pucks too. Shoot insane amounts of pucks every time you can, and concentrate on technique.

$150 isn't much money to really do everything you listed.

I always say power skating is the best bang for your puck. Skating is the biggest, most important of hockey. Good luck getting into a power skating class though without spending more than that.

Working on stickhandling, hands, shot, etc. - those little things can be worked on without spending a ton of cash.

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