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Another match for those of you wanting to see what I do right and wrong. Feel free to comment.
Personally I think I really need to work on my aim on one-timers. I tend to be too aggressive on the LS. Also I leave the offensive slot too often - it's gotten to be a bad habit, I'm trying to create openings, but I overdo it. Adding to my faults, I make too many risky passes when I try to reach my D's across the ice. This results in dangerous turnovers.

The audio sound terrible at first but a minute or so in it sounds ok.

Oh, and just so you know - I play as Boston.





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2 Response to "Last NHL 09 match ever?!?"

  1. Jomard Said,

    I think you played a stable, and actually a pretty risk-free game.

    Not in the mood to make a really long post but I can say that there isn't anything I personally would completely stop doing if I were you. I posted earlier mentioning pass-blocking and if you implemented that I think it would help.

    And another thing I would add is more slapshots. I began seeing some in the 3rd period, and at 3:40 it even led to a good scoring chance. More slapshots where you can get a deflection goal or a rebound goal :)

     

  2. AP Said,

    Jomard: In this match I should have taken more slapshots. Obviously my oppponent wasn't a high rank player, but when facing good players, playing high pressure - it can be hard to get time for slapshots.

    My biggest problem when I play good players that are good dekers is to nail them with body checks before they reach the slot. I'm pretty good at poking but not at body checks - do you have any tips? Some players I face are simply unreal when it comes to body checking - actually to the extent that It feels like they got some secret trick?

     

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