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10-29-2013, 08:05 PM
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Everybody here should thank HowtoHockey and Jarick for their contributions in this topic. It's very good knowledge. But above everything else, beginners really need to put in a LOT of practice time on their wrist shot. It's a true foundational shot in hockey. If you don't have your wrist snap right on a wrister, you probably won't be able to take a good snapper or slapper either.

Even intermediate level adult players will really see an improved result with frequent practice. You don't need to be able to pick top corner every time. Get off a strong shot, with a little bit of a deceptive release and know how to pick open spots on the goalie (low blocker is one big hint).

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