I'm currently playing street hockey, and will play ice hockey during fall/winter and I have an ok wrist shot but you need to draw it back and this gives goalies time to anticipate my shot coming. And I don't have enough time to wind up for a slap shot. Can anyone just give me some tips or a video on how to get a snap shot off quickly and make it accurate?
If you're playing street hockey I'm guessing you're using a ball or light puck.
If you want to seriously work on your shot for ice hockey, it's a lot more beneficial to train with a full weight puck, and then once you've got your form down, move to a heavier puck for muscle development.
You should grab a shooting pad (they're very cheap) and a good quality net (or some solid backstop) and then just practice, practice, practice.
That's how the guys who are at the top of the game learned, and it remains by far the best way. Practice, practice, practice.