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08-20-2011, 12:37 AM
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ReverendAlBundy
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Well the big thing about deflections is knowing the goalies position, which is just a sense you have to develope. If the goalies already down its best to tip it up, especially if the shot is coming in low. if hes still up try to knock it down to the ice. Personally I like to tip them sideways, for example, if a shot comes in from the right point and is heading far side, tip it so that it changes angles and goes in short side. Another huge thing is just knowing when to let the shot go past you, as in you feel like it will go in, or that youll be better served just batting in a rebound

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