Made a Saucer Pass tutorial

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  1. HowToHockey

    HowToHockey Registered User

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    Hey guys, I am sure a lot of you are doing some off-ice training over the summer. Here is my latest tutorial, this one is or the saucer pass



    I also found a good one from patty kane!

     
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    1Knee1T OHH MAMMA DONT U CRY

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    Nice video.

    I live off my backhand sauce, I think it's nicer than my forehand. The worst is when a teammate tries to sauce one over on an odd man rush but it knuckles and bounces away. Can't say I'm not guilty of the occasional knuckler though. :laugh:
     
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    good stuff as always man
     
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    Axman MoreSkilledThanYou

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    Great videos as always Jeremy! My nephew and I always find your stuff very useful. Keep em coming.
     
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    Whiplash27 Quattro!!

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    Nice video, although I think the 'stache has to go ;).
     
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    +1 on the stache...I think it's to distract the opposing team's goalie...

    Loved the tutorial. Is there any particular trick for getting them a bit higher? My short saucers tend to get no more than 5 or 6" off the ground...Sometimes the opposing player can bat them back down. I'd think that getting them between 12 and 18" off the ground makes it so they have a tough time getting the stick blade up to knock it down, but also makes it tough to glove it down too...
     
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    Sometimes with my brother, we have a sort of game about sending those saucers as high as we can from a short distance... very funny. :laugh:
     
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    thats really good, man.
     
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    I love a nice saucer pass that does it's intended job: go over the other guy's blade and hits your teammate's blade perfect as it hits the ice. Sometimes that's better than a nice shot on net.
     

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