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11-17-2011, 10:19 PM
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night-timer
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One footed hockey stop (T-Stop) on outside edge?

What's the key to a good T-Stop, the type of stop players do when they return to the bench? (Figure skaters call it a T-Stop.)

Outside edges have always been my weak point. My backwards crossovers suffer badly for it. Unless I practice-and-practice them, I lose the ability to do them if I take a break from hockey.

That makes me think I may not be doing them properly in the first place.

Balance, leg strength and incorrect posture could be the real issues I'm struggling with here, apart from not trusting myself on my outside edges in general.

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