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01-24-2011, 06:50 AM
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WithOutPaperss
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Most of these have probably been said above me, but some things you can do to improve your goal scoring are:

-Work on your speed. If you're quick it will give you more opportunities to score and will also make it easier to make plays in general

-Positioning is pretty important. Something as simple as staying wide on your side of the ice will pay off. If you're playing with the same people regularly then they will always know that you'll be wide and it opens up the ice as well.

-The of course release, better shot, puckhandling, etc. The obvious things.

I myself have been a play maker most of my life but the past two years I decided to start using my speed and hands to carry the puck more often, and I've been setting people up just as often, but I'm now also scoring a lot more.

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