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11-22-2007, 06:26 PM
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Once I tape up my stick, I put surf wax on it.....and it smells really good

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My son can do the Michigan when his stick is dry but after about 10 minutes of being on the ice his stick is too slick and icey.

Anyone know of anything that would help? Thanks

I can also do that, but only when the stick are ice are completely dry.

I can also do the malik btwn the legs and kicking out the puck from behind to the left foot like Vermette.

But i spend most of my time trying to improve other things

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this guy has time to do it in a game.

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[URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP6pOfajeQM"] this guy has time to do it in a game.

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[URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP6pOfajeQM"] this guy has time to do it in a game.
That was the first guy to do it, or at least the guy that popularized it. He had time because nobody had any idea what he was doing. If you saw a guy setting up for that now, after him and Crosby did it and it got in the media, he'd get charged at and knocked on his ass immediately.

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By the time a guy picks it up and the way some guys can move it around in the air (see Robbie Schremp) It could be a legit move to easily sidestep a hit.

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You lose. If someone has enough time to pick up the puck, I'll make sure they're down on their ass before they can finish it. Besides, if you have that much time alone with the goalie, you should be able to snipe it instead of going Harlem Globetrotter.
You must be pretty good if you can snipe a corner from behind the net.

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