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04-07-2012, 11:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Splitbtw View Post
Also, to continue this thought, it depends on the curve. I use a heel curve so when I drag, the puck more often than not is in the sweet spot. I picked up a Sakic curve from a teammate that I have used a lot before and the drag didn't do anything bc I was used to the same motion as the heel curve.

At it's most basic function, the snap shot feels like you make contact with the puck and a very short time after, you snap your wrists to aim at the target. How you get there is up to you, but it is the snapping motion that brings the power/accuracy. If you drag and snap, or snap on the fly, the motion is what is there.
Yeah I get you. What I do is pretty much take a wrist shot with shorter pull back and let the puck get an inch ahead of my blade and then snap it. I just have trouble leaning into the snap shot, don't know why..

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