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05-29-2010, 09:08 PM
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How so? the video is showing the caps player and other guy going from heel to toe with the lower hand wrist rolling. How are you going to pass from the toe? if you pass from the toe then the puck will flutter.
Sorry bro, was thinking of the snap pass. But for the actual saucer pass, I don't go all the way down to the toe, and it's worked out well. Think of a shorter wrist shot motion and don't close your blade all the way.

As for the snap pass (snap-shot pass in the o-zone, not a one-touch pass), I start it near the toe, roll it halfway down the blade and it kind of freezes the goalie or defenseman. Give it a go.


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Sorry bro, was thinking of the snap pass. But for the actual saucer pass, I don't go all the way down to the toe, and it's worked out well. Think of a shorter wrist shot motion and don't close your blade all the way.
Depending n stick blade types I switch up where the puck stars on my blade. But, yes, saucer passes start close to the heel and leave the open blade closer to the middle of the stick towards the toe.

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As for the snap pass (snap-shot pass in the o-zone, not a one-touch pass), I start it near the toe, roll it halfway down the blade and it kind of freezes the goalie or defenseman. Give it a go.
I tried this and couldn't figure out what you meant here. You do this while snapping the puck? Do you have any examples?

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I threw a backhand saucer pass on Saturday night and instantly thought of this thread

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practicing my heavy marinara right now!

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Get a Lidstrom curved stick. Problem solved

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Didn't read the full topic but some curves also help. The Sakic/Hall is absolutely unreal for sauce but the Iginla is **** for forehand sauce and incredible for backhand sauce.

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Just watch this video a couple of times... copy what the magician does and you'll figure it out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj-VzhwKG9A

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Is this where I learn how to flip filthy sexy sauce?!?! On a serious note, backhand filthy snipe sauce is way easier on my backhand

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woops sorry for reviving this old ass thread! lol

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does anybody know if the OP ever found his nasty, filthy, grimy, dirty sawse?

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does anybody know if the OP ever found his nasty, filthy, grimy, dirty sawse?
I hope so... I could only imagine the pandemonium that would ensue if the sick ass, slutty, greasy sauce ever got loose!!

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I think this is the sauce we all wish we could have. So filthy, I've watched this at least 1k times....

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Anyone saying to start at the toe, or that it's all in the wrist, has no idea what they're talking about. Start with the puck at the heel, and as you pass you quickly pull your blade across the puck to give it spin, the more spin the better. Unlike with a wrist/snap shot there is NO wrist motion, no quick opening/closing of the blade, you keep the blade open the whole time, and just drag it across the puck. When you take a wrist/snap shot, people often think of pointing the toe of the blade at the target, with a saucer pass it's best to think of pointing the HEEL of your blade at the target.

The real trick is getting a lot of spin on short saucer passes. I find long saucer passes easy, but the short ones are tough, the spin is necessary to keep the puck flat in the air so it lands smoothly, but it can be difficult to get a lot of spin without giving the puck much speed. Practice makes perfect, though.

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Just watch this video a couple of times... copy what the magician does and you'll figure it out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj-VzhwKG9A
Not a saucer pass.


Edit: nevermind, I see this is an insanely old thread necro. Regardless, don't go trying to throw saucer passes like they're wrist shots.


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