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02-05-2007, 04:14 PM
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Try watching specific players, especially ones known for playmaking. Rather than following the puck all the time, pick that player and watch what they do when they don't have the puck, where they go, etc. (This can be tough, since the cameramen aren't cooperating, but if you can go to live games it's a bit easier.)

If you have a DVR/Tivo, you can wait until something exciting happens (great defensive play, offensive chance, etc) and then rewind 10 or 15 seconds several times to watch how it developed; that gives you an idea of what to watch for.

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