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05-13-2014, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Headcoach View Post
Key: Make sure that you release that shot in the same direction of your stick blade. If you are approaching the goalie and you shot right, shoot it on the right side as you face him. Don't shoot across his body to the left side, because the angle of the shot will NOT allow you to pick that left side due to the closure distance!
Does shooting across the body to the opposite side (as a righty shoot to our left, goalie's right) simply mean the goalie has more TIME to react and it's a poorer choice?

Because obviously people have picked that left side coming diagonally across (shooter perspective) - also above the right pad and under the blocker is one of the best places to shoot on a goalie.

I personally thought since the goalie is moving to our right with us there is less to shoot at.

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