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03-18-2011, 06:27 AM
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<_< See my original post for the explanation? It's because if you have the strong hand on the top of your stick you have more overall control over the puck in general. Stick handling, for the most part. Shots are almost all dependent on your technique and weight transfer so it really shouldn't matter how strong your hand stabilizing the blade is (to a point.)

What does matter is controlling the puck and you do most of that with your top hand (in which case most people are taught to use their strong hand for better control.)

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