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04-08-2013, 01:05 PM
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The shot is about as accurate as Girardi's though. He rarely releases the beast because he knows it will be wide and high
How hard is it for a young guy to learn to shoot accurately? Stay on the ice for an extra hour after practice shooting the puck. Do it multiple times a week. Eventually, you will learn how to shoot accurately and even harder than 98 mph. This is no different than learning free throws in basketball.
If Moore learns how to fire 100 mph accurate shots, he will be a first pair defenseman considering his other skills. A guy who can play good defense, transport the puck up the ice and be a danger from the blue line is a first pair blue liner.
Or Moore can be lazy and remain a #6 defenseman.
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