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06-24-2012, 02:40 PM
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Mr Fahrenheit
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Originally Posted by PanHandler View Post
Thanks for all the advice guys!. This bolded part really helped. I didnt want to jump on ahead of someone or steal a shift. I think i get it now. Basically just watch and learn
Thats exactly what you do in pick up, go in line and pick ups are going to be different so either get off when your tired or get off at the same average time other players are, which ever comes first

In a game just know who is the same position as you on the line before and keep a look out for him. In beer leagues shifts lengths are 1-2 minutes, 45 seconds is for competitive hockey. If you have trouble knowing how long you have been out there try to look at the clock when you get on the ice and then again when you have a chance on the ice or watch for when your line mates get off

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