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05-17-2011, 11:28 PM
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I don't think it's the curve that's giving you problems, it's the lie. There's quite a change between 6 and 5. The contact point between puck and blade is going to be all messed up. The heel of the blade is going to be off the ice with your normal shot and if you try to adjust blade contact it will throw off your body position. If I were in your situation I would look to pass more, shoot less. Anything to lessen the impact a full stroke can cause. It would probably be easier anyway to tweak little things like passing where the other players can maybe help out if a pass isn't as crisp as you can normally dish out. Constantly trying to shoot and failing is just going to get in your head even more, as it seems to already be creeping in. Once you get back to your normal blade everything will be right as rain.

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