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Top Shelf A Guide to the Perfect Wrist Shot What youngster has not dreamed about snapping a wrist shot past the goalie in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final to win the game However not everyone has a shot of this calibre a shot so great that any goalie who faces it trembles in fear as the player with the puck breaks in alone with his eye on the corner of the net There is hope though and in the following pages you will find a step by step guide to the perfect wrist shot so that you too may reduce any goalie you face to nothing more than a target full of holes To get started you will need a hockey stick of the proper length This means a stick that is cut so that when the end of the blade is placed onto the ice the top of the stick reaches the bottom of your chin Be sure to check this because a stick that is the wrong length can impair the accuracy of your shooting In addition you will need a hockey puck and a net to aim at To begin take a stance with your knees bent feet shoulder width apart and perpendicular to the direction you are shooting back straight and bent slightly forward at the waist and weight slightly forward on the balls of your feet Place one hand half way down the shaft of the stick your right hand if you are a right-handed shot and vice versa and the other hand at the top of the stick Both hands should grip the stick firmly while keeping the wrists loose Once you have achieved this stance and feel comfortable you are ready to initiate the movements of the perfect wrist shot Bring the puck behind your back leg lowering your shoulder as
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