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06-11-2007, 01:37 AM
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In terms of getting more patient with the puck, that comes with experience and confidence. Always know where your teamates are and try to anticipate where they are going, thats how i usually find passing lanes, obviously if a guy is on the half boards and im behind the net hes likely to head to the slot. As you continue playing the game just kind of slows down for you and you become more patient and let plays develop instead of forcing it.

Just as important is to work on your play without the puck, finding lanes to get open. With 5 players on the ice chances are you aren't going to have the puck more often then not. Work with your linemates and as chemistry develops you'll start knowing where they are going.

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