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06-24-2012, 09:05 AM
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Shifts in rec hockey are usually between 1-2 min. depending on who you're playing with.
If you're team changes as full lines, just get off the ice when you're line mates do and change as an entire line. If you guys go piecemeal, then just watch who is playing the same position as you are and go on when he comes off. Communicate and don't come off if the puck is in your defensive zone; you don't want to put your team at a disadvantage.

Don't feel silly asking your teammates questions; the only dumb question is the one you don't ask that leads to a goal. The point of low level rec hockey is to learn and have fun.

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