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10-05-2012, 04:59 AM
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Getting a powerful snap-shot

I'm talking about the modern-day NHL snap-shot that most snipers are using these days... that quick release, no pullback (as you would with a wrister) laser like shot. I've been trying to develop mine and get it harder and harder by shooting off the leg closest to the puck and leaning into my stick, but I can't be sure if I'm doing it correctly. Sometimes the puck flutters as well, but most of the time I keep it nice and saucer-esque.

Anyway, can anyone give me a couple of pointers or perhaps a mini-walkthrough on how you take YOUR snap-shot? Again, I'm not talking about the snap-shot that's like a mini-slapper, I'm talking about the shot with just a slight separation of the puck from the blade.

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