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09-23-2007, 05:49 PM
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How to get a great shot?

Any tips on developing a great shot?

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workout, shoot very very often.

this summer i made a platformin my backyard to place on the sand(live at the beach) and shot into my brothers LAX net. shot maybe 100-200 pucks at a time 2 or 3 times a week?

i think it helped alot.

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Search youtube for videos of Kovalev. There are some where he shows you how to take proper shots. Best wrist shot in the NHL.

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You can watch all the videos you want and it won't make a difference if you don't practice.

You want a great shot. Go out and shoot 500 pucks a day.

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Outside the obvious practice practice, work out your triceps, they are key. After you feel comfortable, make sure your stick is right for you. I used to used a high flex stick with high lie, then I worked out a bunch this summer and it's too flexy, I can barely get a shot off. Now I use a 100 flex, low lie stick and it's done wonders, I have to work on keeping it down. So yeah, triceps, practice, stick. Those are the keys to a good shot, just makes sure you don't neglect your game or you'll never be able to use it hahaha.

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