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08-15-2011, 08:50 AM
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One thing that I find helps with "tipping" a puck in, if the goalie is down- and the rebound is sitting just a couple inches away, sometimes it's best to pull it out a little then just chip it up over him, or pull it to the side and go around. If you try to just slam it in as soon as you see it it's going to go into his pad and you wasted a good chance. This is only if you have the room / time.

Now I'm no expert on dangling either- but I liked the how to hockey series on dekes, the easiest and most common sense one which I find myself still not doing enough is just skate for open ice. Don't try to just go through the guy with fancy moves, go around him.

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