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    Hockey: How to add MPH to your Wrist Shot


    by Score100goals

    412 views --learn about the new book that teaches Pre-Game Preparation skills The Wrist Shot Many players overlook the wrist shot. You grow up practicing in your back yard, raising your hands when you actually raise the puck over the net for the first time. Then you put in on the back burner as you slice at the puck in your first attempts at a slapshot. But the wrist shot is your bread and butter, especially as a forward. You can catch the goalie off guard with a quick release and also hide the angle of your shot. Players take this shot for granted but a few minor tweaks can add 5 to 10 mph to your top end speed. I created a Youtube video that highlights specific things (one of them I didn't consciously realize until I was out of the game):