Easton Art of Scoring Videos w/ Scott Bjugstad
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11-29-2012, 06:07 PM
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: St Paul, MN
With a traditional wrist shot, you start at the heel and roll to the toe and you'd likely use a flatter blade or one with just a bit of curve.
He's talking about the modern wrist shot which is pull the puck in close and fire from the front half of the blade.
The Sakic rocker is PERFECT for this kind of shot by the way. Flatter at the heel but higher lie at the toe so you can cup it after the pull.
I'm really intrigued by that concept of head placement to direct shot height and would like to try that out.
I also want to see how much he costs for an hour and if he can come out and show my rec league team how to shoot the puck for real.
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