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Hockey Shooting Strategy

Hockey Tips

In this article, we are going to talk about our shooting strategy and how this affects your off-ice training. We believe its great that you have a wide range of shots types and you can place them consistently anywhere, but in our opinion you should master a couple of shots that you can depend on.

This will give you an area of comfort and will give you more confidence. In order to practice this, you should practice specific areas on the goalie so bottom left, top left, bottom right and top right. When you can consistently hit one of these areas, you can move to the next one. Once you get every spot consistently, this gives you much more confidence going forward, as you can really pick your spots. Naturally, some shots will be easier to master, so make sure to use them in game situations.

I am showcasing everything at home, so basically what I’m using is the shooting pad, shooting tarp and pucks. That’s all one needs! One of the best things here is you can really challenge yourself, try to hit 10 in a row, 15, 20. This will drastically improve your shot, so make sure to practice.

HockeyShot Professional Shooting Pad

Perfect for anyone who wants to improve their on-ice game at home, the HockeyShot Shooting Pad makes an excellent indoor and outdoor trainer. It simulates the smooth, slick feeling of the rink so you can work on passing, stickhandling and shooting.

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HockeyShot Extreme Shooting Tarp

If you want the glory of a goal-scorer you have to practice your shot. HockeyShot’s Extreme Hockey Shooting Tarp lets you do that without the fear of damaging a wall or breaking a window. You can set it up inside or outside in any weather and get to work.

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