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06-07-2012, 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Contrary to that advice, my best way to avoid a slump is to focus on the things I'm good at, not the things I'm not. Visualizing and focusing on flying up the ice and scoring goals helps me to do it in real life. Visualizing and focusing on playing defense and getting assists means I'm stuck in the defensive end and turning the puck over.
That's a good point too....There's really no real proven way of getting one's self out of a slump I suppose.

I guess I'll just try not to let it bother me and continue to skate hard and find the open ice. It's summer hockey afterall, and not as if it is the Stanley Cup finals (KOVALCHUK!!!)

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