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02-05-2012, 05:50 AM
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izzy3
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Originally Posted by Super Dave View Post
Just a few tips off the top of my head:

-Use your speed to your advantage; always keep your feet moving and always look/go for the open ice
-To be stronger on the puck, widen your stance and bend your knees more
-Work-out your legs and core as much as possible

If you put in the time (especially in the gym), your size won't hold you back. With a low, wide stance, and the muscle to back it up, you could be very hard to knock over/get off the puck (think Marty St. Louis). Good luck.
I think this is the best advice you can get. I even had big guys falling OVER me, as I get so low as soon as I realize a hit comes, that they do not have anything to hit, just air. Other then that, just be as elusive as you can.

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