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01-19-2011, 11:37 PM
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Nakket
 
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Originally Posted by Steelhead16 View Post
You spend more than half a game on the bench. Use that time to learn things and find weakness in your opponent as a team and about individual guys you may go up against.
Very true. I'm in a beer league at the B level, and I notice so many gaps in teams defense when I'm on the bench. Usually D guys play down too low on offense, but the other night I saw that every time a certain player on our team took the puck up the boards, 2-3 defenders rushed him leaving the middle open. I told my team and we had a lot more looks unchecked up the middle.

Some other advice I think every new person should listen to (I would know from experience). When you get the puck, DONT freak out and chuck it down the ice. Look around, skate up, and then maybe make a better pass.

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