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10-29-2013, 03:35 PM
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TLow97
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Originally Posted by durrrr View Post
NHL players do this all the time: they point both toes outwards and glide on both inside edges. Even some good skaters in my rec league can do this. It's a useful skill because it can open you up to see the play a lot better.

I hope you guys know what I'm talking about.. I couldn't find any videos to demonstrate it. Watch an NHL game and you'll see guys do it fairly regularly.

My question is: can anyone actually do this? If so, how can I learn to? I don't have the flexibility to do it, but I'm not sure exactly what to stretch or how to practice.
Is this while carrying the puck? To maintain leverage somehow?

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