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11-25-2006, 11:33 PM
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defending against wrap-arounds

I'm wondering if any goalies out there have any tips about getting to the post to defend against a wrap-around. I should mention I play inline, so it's probably slightly different than ice? I seem to have no problem moving fluidly to the left post (glove side), but have trouble getting to the right post (stick side) quickly. The only difference I notice is that when going to my glove side, I sort of lead with my stick, and the rest of my body follows naturally. But going to the other side... it's not as natural to lead with the stick. Is it a matter of just practicing more, because you're normally stronger on one side than the other, or is there some other technique to use when moving to that side?

Thanks in advance...

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