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12-05-2007, 11:00 PM
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ODR Moves?

In the spirit of the outdoor rink season almost being upon us (depending where you are), just wanted to know what everyone's favourite dekes for defenseman are on the odr. **** gets a bit more creative, you know?

My favourite, which isn't really a deke:

Skate as fast as possible down the left side, beat all the lazy kids who dont want to backcheck, cut in and put it in.

I also saw one crazy dangle last year where this guy slipped the puck under a guy's stick then reached behind him brought it through the other players legs back to himself, then as the defenseman was turning he blew by him.

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You don't play posts? Borrrinnggg

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skate just ahead of defencemen, stop on my left side, slide it b/w his legs while he is comming to catch up and then when he turns around, toe drag and go around the way I was originally going, really one on one

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Skate in at 2/3 speed, do a backflip, and while the defenseman is confused, knock it over him and put it in.

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Skate in at 2/3 speed, do a backflip, and while the defenseman is confused, knock it over him and put it in.
That ones fun, but I prefer to cartwheel after I backflip.

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This isn't a pond hockey move but was a move a kid on a squirt team I coached last year actually did. He was blasting down the left wing side. as he approached the defenseman he flipped the puck up in the air and over and behind the defenseman. He then raced past the defenseman, picked up the puck and kept on going. It was the craziest move i've ever seen.

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This isn't a pond hockey move but was a move a kid on a squirt team I coached last year actually did. He was blasting down the left wing side. as he approached the defenseman he flipped the puck up in the air and over and behind the defenseman. He then raced past the defenseman, picked up the puck and kept on going. It was the craziest move i've ever seen.
I did something like this 2 weeks ago, except I was coming down the left wing with very little speed, flipped the puck to my left (the defenceman's right), I went right, picked it up, and scored on a very weak backhand through the goalie's five hole from an incredibly sharp angle.

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The idea of this thread was to find moves usable in an outdoor rink situation. I don't know about you guys, but where I play you get you ass beat if you flip the puck in the general direction of another player, whether you do it above or w/e.

Anyways, another one I can't wait to try is that skate-pass Balej did (http://youtube.com/watch?v=FqwISXtRrE4)

That looks so simple yet I could see it confusing anyone.

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This isn't a pond hockey move but was a move a kid on a squirt team I coached last year actually did. He was blasting down the left wing side. as he approached the defenseman he flipped the puck up in the air and over and behind the defenseman. He then raced past the defenseman, picked up the puck and kept on going. It was the craziest move i've ever seen.
I do that at the rink. I'll be like skating backwards in a half circle like toe dragging the puck almost like I would across the blue line(I'm left handed) and then flick it on the defenders right side. As I'm doing this I shift to his left side and then just pick the puck up.

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