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01-05-2006, 11:58 PM
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Originally Posted by 12# Peter Bondra
Also a thing some peple forget is to pass INFRONT of the player (in his stride) and not where he is. A good pass in the stride of a player can be a great way to set up an attack.
So true, yet a lot of people have a hard time learning this.

You can practice all you want at passing and technique, but some people just have better hockey sense and on ice vision plus they are able to read the plays better than others, allowing passing to come to them much easier.

The best thing you can do is watch as much hockey as you can and work on your accuracy for when the moments do strike.

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