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07-17-2012, 01:05 PM
Join Date: Jul 2012
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Flew over to China and played my first hockey game in over a month.
In that month I spent in Taiwan, I did a ton of dry land stick handling with my smart ball, pro puck and a green biscuit.
The difference in my stick handling is night and day now. I think putting that effort in really made the difference. I can play to my pace now and force defenders to make the first move. I used to see a defender come in and just panic, which results in me bobbling the puck or throwing an errant pass to nobody.
I emigrated from Hong Kong when I was really young but now I often wonder how I would do if I played pick up there (ie is there a discernible difference in skill between players in China and Canada).
Today I joined HFBoards, but last night I played some pick up floor hockey. It bugged me so much how much lighter the ball was.. kept shooting and passing it way too high
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