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01-25-2012, 08:42 AM
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Reading some of the responses in this thread it is very apparent that people have never played hockey before.

Yes, going from worn ice/ice which has no puddles, to a very slick and wet surface is very tough to control the puck, particularly when stick handling the way you would in a shootout attempt.

Next time you go play hockey, if you do at all, as soon as you get on that fresh sheet, grab a puck and try to stick handle along the ice and through a puddle.

Your opinion won't be the same I can assure you that.

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