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11-12-2011, 09:14 AM
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Find some open space with a smooth, solid wall; bring a shooting pad*; get a few pucks; a cheap, stiff, wooden stick; and shoot away (wear a pair of hockey gloves you don't care about, they will get nasty, but you won't blister up your hands). That's how Al MacInnes perfected his shot, and it's how I started to get the feel for mine.

*Thrifty Whiteboard, have them cut it at the store into four 4x2 foot sections (they'll eventually scratch, so you will have your backups ready). When you are set to shoot pucks off of it, spray on WD40, and wipe down with a paper or ratty towel periodically.

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