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04-24-2006, 05:54 AM
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Here's how I do it:

1.) The puck sits out in front and to the right of me.
2.) I lay the blade nearly flat with the toe putting pressure on the puck.
3.) In that position, I pull the puck back while maintaining pressure but not straight to me, but more in a curved path as if I was doing a toe drag.
4.) While pulling the puck back, about halfway you should flip your wrists.
5.) Hopefully the puck is lying on your blade.

Pretty easy after you get the hang of it.

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