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04-08-2011, 02:47 PM
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Chances are bending your knees will help a lot more. Like doug5984 mentioned, try not to think about it. I was struggling with slapshots for a while then I just stopped thinking about it and now its easy (same goes for my golf swing too).

Shooting with your skates facing towards the net is not gonna produce as much power as having them perpendicular to the net. Generally when you shoot with your skates facing the net its because your moving. Those types of shots are all about a quick and accurate release. Stationary wristers should be perpendicular to the net. That was you can bring the puck behind your back (further from the goal) skate and really get some flex on it. You also get more power from your core taking these shots.

Also practice practice practice. Hope that helps

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