How to prepare for a crosscheck in the back?
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11-15-2011, 01:46 AM
Join Date: Apr 2005
when positioning yourself in front of the net, widen your stance to make a triangle/tripod with your feet to make an upside down V and lean forward a bit on your stick and you should be able to absorb most of that crosscheck when it does come. Unless its a Pronger-like penalty worthy crosscheck.
Or watch Tomas Holmstrom from the Red Wings in a game
From 5 seconds on in this clip too, #96 - they even slow it down later in the video too, you can see him setting up in front of the opposing defenseman:
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