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How to Fight in Hockey SuccessfullySometimes hockey players lose their cool on the ice andget into a fight with an opponent The fights lookspontaneous and unplanned but there are many techniquesand tricks that will help a player to be a better fighter When a fight begins the first thing to do is to drop yourstick and gloves onto the ice It is always better to punchwith your bare fists so it hurts the opponent more Also it iseasier to grab with your bare hands Next you must rip offthe opponents helmet by grabbing the back of the helmetand pulling it toward yourself Once you have the helmet offthe real rumble begins From this point on in the scufflethere are a few very successful techniques used by the best ofthe pros to win the fight One very good way to win is to first punch theopponent in the stomach so he bends over toward you Nextgrab the bottom of the back side of his jersey and forcefullypull it over his head By pulling the jersey over theoppositions head you make it so he cant see or move hisarms very well With the jersey over his head you can finishthe fight by throwing the punches that you throw thehardest to your opponents face and stomach Another good technique is to grab the opponents collarof his jersey right below his chin with one hand and pull himforeword quickly While you slam him forward use yourother hand to punch him in the face This technique hurtsthe opponent the most because his momentum movingtoward you makes the blow twice as hard as an ordinarypunch Continue to use this technique over and over untilthe fight is done The opponent usually will not know wherehe is so it will be a fairly easy fight Along with the previous techniques there are also a fewtips that will help you out First of all avoid throwing youropponent on to the ice When you do
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