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04-05-2006, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by RandV
And I guess a tip for ice hockey players who want to practice with a puck, if you've got a back yard, just throwing down a clean sheet of plywood works great, and shooting against the fence.
The best way to learn to shoot a puck off the ice is to just get a regular ice hockey puck, spray it with Pam http://www.pam4you.com/ or any other kind of non stick cooking spray.

This will make the puck slide like it is on ice for a good while if your basement isn't too dirty.

This is assuming you have a pretty smooth basement floor.

If not just use the plexiglass idea, and spray that with Pam, and the puck will slide like ice. (Well almost lol).

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