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01-23-2013, 09:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Wilch View Post
Breakout passes become easier the more you play really. Your decisions are made faster with more experience, and as you get to the puck quicker you'll have more time to make breakout passes.

Something you want to practice is being able to flip the puck up in the air high enough that opposition can't just grab them down, as well as a good saucer pass.

Boards are great too if you can ricochet the puck to your teammates.
Thanks for this. I tried to slow myself down and not rush my passes, and it has made a huge difference. The past month has been night and day different. I have a much easier time making decisions and my passes are a lot more crisp and accurate.

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