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12-19-2005, 07:55 PM
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PuckChaser
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Thanks for the encouragement guys!

I actually went out today and played some drop-in shinny.
It was real low key - but got some ice time with one guy on my team who could REALLY rip it up - gave me some great assists, and certainly made me feel welcome - and I learned some.

I feel a relentless desire to work on my weaknesses and actually become a decent player at some point.

My skating has come a long way, but has a looong way to go.

I still can't power-stop turning to the right (can do it to the left), and have a generally weak right turn all round - can't really do it with any authority - feels wierd to turn in that direction actually.

The way I figure is that the more ice time I get, the more I play, and the better I'll get.

It's nice to see that people have trecked this same road before and achieved a modicum of succcess.

I appreciate it. Thanks.

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