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buy leukeran canada This is our final installment on the 5 core skills of hockey!  Last week, we talked about the 5 Tips to Improve Your Stickhandling.  This week, we’re on to the final core skill of hockey… checking!

does clarinex require a prescription All too often, I see minor hockey games where parents and coaches scream from the bench and the stands ‘GET IT OUT!’  The kids do what they are told and shoot the  puck with all their might up the boards (as they have been taught) only to have the opposing defenseman keep it in and the cycle continue.

order cenforce 100 I have heard many great coaches use a philosophy to counter this bad habit of dumping the puck out.  One director of Hockey Canada had a rule that his team could not dump it in or dump it out for the first half of the season.  This forces the players to work through their challenges.  They have to skate out of the zone, pass out of the zone, or even stick handle their way out.  Does this result in turnovers sometimes?  Of course!  However, it’s better than just turning the puck over and not even trying to do something creative.  Here are three simple steps to get the puck back once the other team has possession:

  • retin a cream 0.05 uk Watch the body, not the puck –  This is probably the most common issue for not getting the puck back.  We go into our 1 on 1’s looking to take the puck and not worrying about the person carrying the puck.  If you miss the puck, by staying with your opponent’s body you at least continue to put pressure on them and may have another chance to get the puck back.  If you miss the puck AND the body, well hopefully they don’t make you look too silly.
  • pravachol canada Lift the stick when you engage – After you have successfully got good body position on your opponent, now you want to lift their stick.  This now frees the puck up from their control and you can look to take it with your stick, feet, or leave it for your teammate.  It’s great that you now have control of their body, but if you don’t make a play for the puck, you put yourself at risk of taking a penalty.
  • tacroz forte 0.1 ointment price in india Step in between them and the puck – Ok, so you’ve initiated body contact, you’ve lifted the stick, and now you’re in a battle for the puck.  The easiest way to win this is to cut off their path to the puck with your body!  Once you have stepped in between them and the puck, you are now the one in control as you can block them from the puck until you can figure out what to do with it.

kamagra jelly uk 5That’s it!  Body, stick, and step in!  You’ve got the puck back!  Now what should you do with it?  Keep it!  Use your skating abilities to keep your opponent chasing you.  Use your stick handling abilities to protect the puck all around your body.  Use your passing abilities to get it to your teammates and go to open ice to get it back.  You have all the other skills necessary to keep the puck and make a play with it, so don’t panic and use your shooting abilities to give it back to your opponent!  At the end of the day, there is only ONE puck on the ice during a game!  So keep it once you get it and make a great play!

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