I have absolutely no patience when the puck is on my blade. I just want to just gun it into the offensive zone without much thought behind it. Some, if not most of the time, I'll make bad passes/too hard of a pass (thinking I'm pro or something). I could have worked the puck for a wee bit longer and wait for something to open up, but no, I get rid of the bisquit with the quickness. I've seen much older players than me that I'm sure have years of experience under their belt that handle the puck so slooooow and smoooothh and still thread through many defensemen. Slow is smooth, smooth is fast! I may be one of the faster skaters on the ice, but I'd rather be smarter making plays. Sorry, more of a rant than looking for tips.