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03-25-2013, 04:00 AM
Fanned On It
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Good advice here.. also learn how to open up to a pass so you can receive the puck and shoot it in one motion. What I'm talking about is rotating your hips so that you're facing the passer and then you can either one-time the puck or catch it and get a strong wrister off. This works real well for those cross-slot passes when you're on your off-wing.

I prefer playing on the right side nowadays (I'm a lefty) just because of all of the possibilities it opens up as far as shooting angles and also skating angles go. I feel like cutting to the middle is easier, shooting far-side is WAY easier, and you can actually get a good one-timer off.

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