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09-05-2011, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by wwmcd24 View Post
Just practice, practice, practice. There really is no one answer, as the poster above me said. Just go to a stick and puck time and have one of your friends pass you the puck quickly along the boards and try out a bunch of different ways.
Will do. Skating, shooting, passing, and to a lesser extent stick handling are coming along. Probably because I can work on those in warm ups and open hockeys. It's the in game scenarios and positioning that I really need help on.

I'll try a few different ways. Like was said it will really depend on the situation. How hard is the clear, pressure from the D, etc.

Left skate at a 90 degree angle on the right boards is out though Right onto their centers stick in the slot and in our net. Still pissed about it.

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