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11-25-2009, 01:52 PM
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Hardest Slapshot ever


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Now that's just plain crazy!!!

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do the goalies just get out of the way? Because if my shot could break glass I would put one right in the goalies chest first time down the ice. Yhen it would be pickin cherries time the rest of the game.

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That video is hilarious!!!

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Haha, priceless

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Nice job picking that corner.

BTW, I know it's obviously fake and all, but come on, work on the CGI a bit more guys!! Take a look at the net coming off the post perfectly:


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Haha thats hilarious.

They should get the NHL players the stick that guy is using if that doesn't break it!

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do the goalies just get out of the way? Because if my shot could break glass I would put one right in the goalies chest first time down the ice. Yhen it would be pickin cherries time the rest of the game.
I've done it before ... I have actually had a goalie get out of the way because I took his glove off previously at shinny. He was a novice and did not expect someone to be able to shoot around 90-100mph.

It got a chuckle with my friends because the goalie was serious about it. I didn't take any more on him after that.

I think the best feeling is ripping a good one and having guys you are playing with yell out a "whoo". I worked hard at it growing up and it is rewarding no matter what any troll-like comments in here say about it. I'm proud of my shot.

My stickhandling and dangling though .... not as good as some of you guys in here. I'm a 4th line checker type with a heavy shot,no crime in that honestly .... hockey has a job for everyone.

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You have an excessively large ego my friend.

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You have an excessively large ego my friend.
Thanks ... confidence in hockey is everything.

When you are a defensive forward and only have an above average shot you use it. Now if I could dangle and stickhandle like I shoot I would be stylin'.

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Serious anger issues right there haha

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Man...after watching the first I was going to ask where this is, because I wish I could find a drop-in with guys that could play like that.

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