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01-10-2013, 06:42 AM
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ZajacsShakes
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Another thing, learn how to read plays as they unfold. A lot of people think D-men aren't as good as forwards, where it's actually quite the opposite. D-men need to be able to read plays, act on it, and start plays.

Learning to read a play takes time, but it's useful.

Also, try to figure out what type of D-man you are. I made the switch, and it took me a while to figure out that I wasn't an offensive D, but a power D. Experiment and adjust your game slowly.

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