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12-04-2003, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by ihatenewjersey
i'm not denying that it is harder on ice, i always wondered why if the move can be done on ice at all, why it isn't done more often, if u think about it if u do it right it is almost unstoppable w/ proper placement

You simply don't have the time to do that in the NHL. Players are much smarter; if they ever saw him drag his stick they would plow him. Also the move is extremely difficult to pull off, your much better off waiting for a play to develop than to lose control all together.