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11-13-2010, 10:21 AM
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HowToHockey
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Hey bud, I was in the same boat as you when I was younger and I bought a hockey shooting pad and videos on how to improve my stickhandling. Those purchases helped me improve my skills big time. The shooting pad encouraged me to shoot and stickhandle more because I had good material to practice on.

I would recommend
  • Roll up shooting pad $100
  • Green Biscuit $10
  • Wooden stickhandling ball x 2 = $6
  • Weighted pucks x 5 $10

Leave some money for shipping

The roll up gives you 8 feet by 4 feet for stickhandling and shooting. Green Biscuit is awesome to use on smooth and rough surfaces, wooden stickhandling balls are dirt cheap and good for practicing quick moves, weighted pucks will improve your wrist shot a lot (also work on technique) get the Heavy weight 10 oz puck (it is orange)

You can see reviews for most of those products on my site How to Hockey and another site I am working on Hockey Review HQ

Also if you use this coupon HOWHCKY001 on Hockeyshot.com you will save $10 (plus they have a Christmas special and you will get a free Green Biscuit and water bottle!)

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