There are about 3 things that canadians know well.
1. How to play hockey.
2. Which Canadian beer is best.
3. How to be a vagina of a man by living in Canada.
As far as hockey goes, I'd be up for some canadian advice. The idea is your dominant hand should be the one controlling the stick and most of the sticks control is done from the top. This would help in puck control, poke checking and eventually passing. The only benefit of doing it your way is a more powerful slapshot.
I think I saw a Forsberg stick in Modells the other day, but the stick was like $100 bones. **** that for a piece of plastic!
Well, it seems like MoDo seems to be a better team when Forsberg, Hinote and Näslund are playing with them. I know Hinote was not a big star like the other two guys but he obviously can be useful.
Anyho, Forsberg was scratched a few games and it was not the foot. It was a cold. During the games, if my memory serves me right when he was playing, MoDo has won alot more and might reach playoff spot soon despite they are second to last right now.
Forsberg 8 games 15 points
Näslund 2 games 3 points
Hinote 3 games 1 point
But, more fun for me right now is that my team in Sweden has Tony Mårtensson, Jaroslav Hlinka and Jan Hlavac (anyone remember him in Philly?). Those three are probably hotter than the three in MoDo right now. For example Hlavac have in average more than one goal per game.
If anyone read the whole **** I wrote and found it interesting you are a true hockey nerd