How do int/adv players REALLY feel about n00bs on the ice?
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10-30-2012, 03:08 PM
Join Date: Oct 2012
You should be fine at drop in. Unless its specified as an advanced drop in, then all players are welcome. I'm a skilled player and I play a lot of drop in with new players and I always just stay out of their way when they have the puck. I could easily go take it from them, but its just drop in hockey and everyone should get the chance to handle the puck so I just let them skate by me. When they are on my team I always try to set them up with passes in front of the net.
The one thing that annoys me with new players is when they don't pass. Some of the new players get the puck and just put their head down, skate it into the zone and fire a bad angle 40 footer no matter how many teammates are with them. I always pass to the new guys when they are open or skating hard to the net so it annoys me when they don't return the favor.
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