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04-30-2012, 07:57 PM
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Steelhead16
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Best thing I can tell you is to play multiple positions. If you play wing, play dfense for a few games. Seeing the game from all positions will help as will your knowledge of what each position would like from the other positions. Playing defense you will know where you would like to see the forwards. Then when you are a forward and the defenseman has the puck you will know where your defenseman would like you to be.

One more thing. Most people spend at least half the game on the bench. Use that time wisely by watching what is going on. Try and anticipate the plays on the ice before they are made. Or if bad plays are made, what would have been the right play.

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