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09-12-2005, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by DrMoses
Beating goalies in ball hockey on breakaways is easy if you have good hands. Come in at full speed, fake to one side then go the toher way. If you at a fast enough pace, they won't be able to shuffle or slide quickly enough to stop you from roofing it...
It's not even so much the goalie, but the player's ability to make a move at full speed.

It's really tough if you're completely used to skates and gliding in for a breakaway, as opposed to running at full speed and maintaining control of the ball. The whole mechanics of running and making a move usually takes a few games for the best players to get adjusted to.

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