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01-25-2004, 12:04 PM
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and did you know that low slap shots don't have more velocity than higher one? They just reach the net in a shorter time (trigonometry) and the radars are always calibrated to measure the time that the puck takes to reach the net, not the puck velocity. Since the lower shot has less distance to do, it appears to be faster on a radar but a high shot is even harder sometimes.

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