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07-21-2011, 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by danyhabsfan View Post
I think the exact opposite.

You can work on you skating (power skating, training)
scoring touch (practice, shoot a lot of puck, training to have a faster shot)
grit and size (working on how to hit in practice)

hockey sense is just your feel for the game when certain situation happen.
I was just surfing the net and decided to look up "hockey sense" and to see if it is something a player is born with or if he can be trained to develop it.

And I found this interesting website.

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