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04-02-2012, 04:00 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
Well, it's your first year right. I didn't learn how to slap one time until I was in bantam or my 6th year of hockey and I have an abnormally good shot for my skill level and age group.
The biggest thing for my was practicing and not being scared to fan or mess up. DON'T go for a slapper one timer at first, they look impressive but are hard to get. Once you get them they are a peice of cake and easier to shoot than snap one timers.
For a one timer like your talking about you can always cradle the pass then shoot all in one motion, catch the pass pull it back and fling it at the net. Or just deflect it in, alot of new players make the mistake of trying to hammer a puck home from 2ft away from the goal line. When realistically all you need to so is turn your blade and just make contact with the puck and it'll go in behind the goalie.
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