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01-24-2011, 04:22 AM
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most of what's been said here is really good advice.

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Originally Posted by Pittsburgh Proud View Post
Your gonna think I'm crazy, but an honest to God decent way to get a better idea of where you should be is to play Be a Pro mode on NHL 11 as whatever wing you are. It won't teach you everything but it helped me with my positioning no joke.
i agree with your original advice of 'position, position, position'. but learning via NHL11 seems like a bit of a gongshow. to be honest, i haven't played a lot of be a pro mode, but what i have played has had arrows telling me to play like i'm on a foosball table a lot of the time. and seems to lean extremely heavily on offensive cheating.

i guess it might be a useful tool if you're completely unaware of where you should be. but i wouldn't put a whole lot of faith in it if you want to apply it to the real world.


but positioning is easily the most important aspect of hockey. you might be able to skate like the wind, but if you don't have a clue where you're supposed to be...it does pretty much no good at all. and vice versa,

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